ORP electrode has broad application prospects in the field of water treatment
The ORP electrode is a common measuring electrode that can be used to measure water bodies containing oxidation-reduction potential (ORP). In the field of water treatment, ORP electrode is widely used to monitor the change of redox state in water body and control the concentration of pollutants in water body.
The ORP electrode generates a potential through the half-cell inside the electrode, and converts the redox state in the water into an electrical signal for measurement. It has the advantages of high sensitivity, fast response, and good stability, and can monitor the redox state of various substances in water in real time.
In the process of water treatment, the ORP electrode can be used to monitor the redox state of organic matter in wastewater, so as to adjust the input amount of oxygen, so that the organic matter in wastewater can be fully oxidized and degraded. At the same time, the ORP electrode can also be used to monitor the concentration of disinfectant in water, so as to ensure the safety of water.
Finally, ORP electrodes can also be used to monitor microorganisms in water bodies. The existence and quantity of microorganisms in water have an important impact on water safety and environmental quality. By monitoring the ORP value in water, the existence and quantity of microorganisms in water can be judged, so that corresponding measures can be taken for control and treatment.
In a word, ORP electrode has broad application prospects in the field of water treatment, and can provide effective technical means for monitoring and treatment of water bodies.