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Installation procedure

8810 - ORP

SULPHIDE 1 - 100 mg/l

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Rev E.
8810-ORP - SULPHIDE 1-100mg/l

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 APPLICATION

1.1 Basic configuration 3


1.2 Principle of the measurement 3

2 PROGRAMMATION

2.1 Programmation access 3


2.2 PM XXXX 3
2.2.1 Application
2.2.2 Options
2.2.3 Unit.
2.2.4 Adjust I out
2.3 Titration parameters 4
2.4 Cycle parameters 4
2.5 Sample conditioning 5
2.6 Chemical cleaning 5
2.7 General test 5
2.8 Sequence 5
2.9 Analog outputs 5

3 STARTING UP

3.1 Primary calibration 5


3.2 Starting the analyser 6
3.3 Process calibration 6

4 REAGENT PREPARATION

4.1 Titration reagent 6


4.2 Conditioning reagent 6
4.3 Cleaning reagent 6

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8810 ORP analyser - Installation procedure -


Sulphide 1-100 mg/l

1. APPLICATION :

1.1 Basic configuration :

Range 1 - 100 mg/l Sulphides


Detection limit 1 ppm
Working electrode Silver electrode
Reference electrode Type XEROLITE, ref : 8483.b
Software version ORP N 6.00 or higher

Required equipment Pump for conditioning

Option Chemical cleaning

1.2 PRINCIPLE OF MEASUREMENT : O Press SELECT to enter the main menu.

The cell of the analyser is automatically filled O Press the UP/DOWN keys to select
with a constant and reproducible volume of "PROGRAMMATION".
sample. After alkaline conditioning,
sulphides are titrated directly by a solution O Press ENTER and hold on 5 seconds to enter
of copper II. The titration is followed by the PROGRAMMATION menu.
silver electrode.
The titration curve is increasing from a
potential of about -700 mV and the END 2.2 PM XXXX
POINT is located at -550 mV . The measuring
range is directly dependent on the O Select "PM XXXX" with the scroll keys.
concentration of the titrating reagent (cf :
5.1) O Press ENTER.

With this application, it is impossible to O Enter 4000 with the scroll keys.
calibrate automatically because of the great
O Press SELECT to change the digit.
instability of sulphide solution. For the same
reason, it is better to perform a process
O Enter 4600 with the scroll keys.
calibration than a manual one.
O Press SELECT to change the digit.
2. PROGRAMMATION : O Enter 4670 with the scroll keys.
2.1 PROGRAMMATION ACCESS :

Connect the analyser to the power supply.


REMARK
If you enter a wrong code, you return
O Switch on the red button on the front panel.
to the main menu.

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O With the scroll key, adjust 20 mA :


2.2.1 APPLICATION : OUT : 20 mA XXX (press ENTER).

O Press ENTER to select "APPLICATION". O Exit from PM XXXX menu by pressing


SELECT.
O With the scroll down key, select MEASURE
INC. POT. 1PT . Press ENTER.

2.2.2 OPTIONS : REMARK


CAL TEMPERATURE and ADJUST
O With the scroll down key, select "OPTION" ADC" are POLYMETRON reserved
and press ENTER. menus.
For this application, S1 to S5 jumpers
Enter or check the following information : need to be :

AUTOMAT. CAL : NO 0-1-0-1-1


depends on your options (press ENTER)

CLEANING : (YES or NO)


depends on your option (press ENTER)

SAMPLE COND. : YES (press ENTER) 2.3 TITRATION PARAMETERS

MANUAL : NO O With the scroll up key, select


depends on your application (press ENTER) "MEASUREMENT" and press ENTER.
Enter or check the following information :
ZINC : NO (press ENTER)
PRE-END PT1 : -0700 mV (press ENTER)
DECANTATION : NO (press ENTER)
END PT1 : -0550 mV (press ENTER)
DILUTION : NO (press ENTER)

2.4 CYCLE PARAMETERS :


2.2.3 UNIT :
O With the scroll key select "TIMING" and
O With the scroll down key, select UNIT and press ENTER. Enter or check the following
press ENTER . information :

O Enter or check the unit (g/l, mg/l, ...) and SAMPLE TIME : depending on your application,
press ENTER adjustable from 1 to 99 sec . (usually : 05 sec)
. (press ENTER)

SPRINKLER N : adjustable from 1 to 9 times


2.2.4 ADJUST I out : (usually : 3) (press ENTER)

O At first, place a multimeter or a recorder and SPRINKLER t : adjustable from 0 to 99 sec (


select with the scroll key ADJUST Iout and usually : 05 s) (press ENTER)
press ENTER.
INJ. TIME : 01 s (press ENTER)
O With the scroll key, select the analogical
output range ( 0-20 or 4-20 mA ) and press DELAY t. : 01 s (press ENTER)
ENTER.
OUT : (0 or 4) - 20 mA (press ENTER). CYCLE TIME : depending on your application
(usually : 15 mn ) (press ENTER)
O With the scroll key, adjust the analogical
output origin. LIM. TIT. t : < or = to CYCLE TIME
OUT : (0 or 4) mA XXX (press ENTER). (press ENTER)

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O Enter LOOP or FIX TIME and press


ENTER.
2.5 SAMPLE CONDITIONING :

O With the scroll key select "SAMPLE


COND.", and press ENTER. 2.9 ANALOG OUTPUTS :
Enter and check the following information :
O With the scroll key select "ANALOG OUT"
REAGENT 1 : YES (press ENTER) and press ENTER.

INJ. REAG. 1 : 080 s (press ENTER) Enter your desired range .


I.e : for a 0-100 mg/l range:
TIME REAG.1 : 20 s (press ENTER)
START I1 : 00 E +00 (press ENTER)
REAGENT 2 : NO
END I1 : 10 E +01 (press ENTER)

OUT : Conc
2.6 CHEMICAL CLEANING :
The unit has been previously selected in the
O With the scroll key select "CLEANING" and UNIT submenu ( see 2.3.3 )
press ENTER.
Enter or check the following information : O With the scroll key select "ZERO" and adjust
your printer on the scale origin. (press ENTER)
FREQUENCY : XXX
depends on your application (press ENTER) O With the scroll key select "FULL" and adjust
your printer on full scale. (press ENTER)
SPRINKLER t. : 003 s ( press ENTER)
O With the scroll key select "CONC" and press
REAG. INJ. t. : 03 s (press ENTER) ENTER.

RESIDENC t : 30 s (press ENTER) 3. STARTING UP :


2.7 GENERAL TESTS :
3.1 PRIMARY CALIBRATION :
O With the scroll key select "SERVICE" and
press ENTER. It is the first operation to perform after
programming.
O With the scroll key, switch on/off each
analyser subassembly for testing purposes. O With the scroll key select "CALIBRATION"
and press ENTER.
O Pass to next subassembly by pressing
ENTER. O With the scroll key, select "PRIMARY CAL"
and press ENTER.

O With the scroll key, select "PROCESS SYS


CAL" and press ENTER.
REMARK
- As "PROCESS SYS CAL" has been chosen,
When you are testing the pumps, let the system automatically calibrates with the
them work until the reagents arrive in process solution. After the titration input or
check:
the vessel.
CONC. 1 : XX.XX (press ENTER)

This concentration has to be determined by


laboratory measurement. Confirm the slope by
2.8 SEQUENCE : pressing ENTER.
O With the scroll key select "SEQUENCE" and
press ENTER.

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4.2 : CONDITIONING REAGENT : Sodium


3.2 STARTING THE ANALYSER : hydroxyde

Now you are ready to start your process. In a 10 liters tank, pour 3 liters of demineralised
water. Add very slowly and under stiring 5
O Press SELECT to exit from the liters of concentrated sodium hydroxyde
PROGRAMMATION menu. solution (33-35%). Adjust to 10 liters mark with
demineralised water. Let it cool.
O With the scroll key select "START" and let
the analyser roll !

4.3 CLEANING REAGENT : nitric acid

3.3 "PROCESS" CALIBRATION (If you have to In a 10 liters tank, pour 7 liters of demineralised
adjust the calibration slope). water. Then, add very slowly and under stirring
2 liters of concentrated nitric acid (65 %). Adjust
O Determine the sample concentration with a to 10 liters with demineralised water.
laboratory titration.

O With the scroll key select "PROCESS CAL"


and press ENTER.

O After the titration, input or check your


laboratory value by pressing ENTER.

O Confirm the slope value by pressing ENTER.


Your slope is adjusted.

4. REAGENT PREPARATION

4.1 : TITRATION REAGENT : Copper II


sulphate ( CuSO4,5H2O)

In a 10 l tank, pour 7 l of demineralised water.


Under stirring, add X g of copper II sulphate
pentahydrate. Complete until 10 liters with
demineralised water.
(Refer to the hereunder table for the X
concentration which depends on the measuring
range)

For the 0-50 mg/l measuring range, the titration


reagent concentration allows measurement
less than 10 mg/l of sulphides with precision.

Range [copper sulphate] X


( mg/l ) ( g/l ) in g

0 - 50 0.5 g/l 5 g

0 - 100 2.5 g/l 25 g

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