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Aquarium Environment Monitoring Solutions

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Dissolved Oxygen, Flow, pH/ORP, Salinity

The line of GF Signet Aquatic sensors, allow a fast and accurate way to measure key parameters
in the aquatic environment to maintain a healthy environment.

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GF Piping Systems Aquarium Environment Monitoring Solutions Dissolved Oxygen, Flow, pH/ORP, Salinity
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Environmental Monitoring Water chemistry is considered to be the most important part of an aquarium. The worlds oceans, freshwater lakes, and rivers provides all the proper elements to ensure a healthy environment. The water quality conditions are maintained by natural tides, currents and fl ow. An aquarium is an unnatural environment for aquatic organisms, as they are in intimate contact with their environment, the changing composition of the water has a major eff ect on their well-being. The line of GF Signet Aquatic sensors, allow a fast and accurate way to measure key parameters in the aquatic environment to maintain a healthy environment. Product Off ering Dissolved Oxygen In an aquarium, the average oxygen saturation is about 70%. The level of dissolved oxygen varies throughout the day; it is higher during the lighting period and has the lowest concentration in the early morning hours. A dissolved oxygen content of 5-7 ppm is suffi cient for most aquatic life. The fi rst signs of stress to the animals will show if the oxygen content drops below 4 ppm, fatalities can be expected at 2 ppm. Oxygen enters the water by diff usion from the atmosphere or through plant photosynthesis. The dissolved oxygen level in water is constantly changing and represents a balance between respiration and decomposition that deplete oxygen and the photosynthetic activity that increases it. 3-2610-41 DO Sensor Dissolved Oxygen - Compatible with 8900, 9900, and 9950 - 0 to 20 ppm - 4 to 20 mA output - Modbus output (RS 485) - 2% accuracy - No calibration - Fresh or Salt Water applications - In-line applications 2 in. to 8 in. - In-line or submersible/Suspend 2 www.gfsignet.com
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Product Off ering Salinity Salinity is a measure of how much salt is in the water. The preferred method to make water for marine and reef tanks starts with RO/DI water which is mixed with commercial aquarium salt mix that contains all the salts and minerals needed. Salinity describes the content of total dissolved salts and minerals in the water and is measured in parts per thousand (ppt). Salinity of natural sea water varies by ocean, sea and reef, but is usually near 1.026 specifi c gravity (s.g.) or ~35 ppt salinity. Conductivity sensors are necessary in various locations throughout an aquarium, including the measurement of ultra- pure water, wastewater discharge, and to determine the level of salts in aquatic water; whether being measured as Salinity, TDS (total dissolved solids), or conductivity. Conductivity Sensor Family Conductivity Sensor Family - ¾“ NPT process connectors for in-line pipe monitoring - Submersible sensors for tanks - M aterial available, Titanium, Hastelloy-C, Monel or 316 SS - Cell constant 0.01, 0.1, 1.0, 10 and 20 are available - Wet-Tap sensors available Flow Flow is critical to the health of an aquarium. Maintaining proper fl ow throughout aquariums ensures stable chemistry and biological fi ltration. Plants, micro-organisms, fi sh and all aquatic animals require oxygen to live. As oxygen is used by the aquatic life, it is replaced by carbon dioxide which can reduce the overall pH of the water. Flow sensors deployed throughout an Aquarium ensures that fi lters, pumps, the denitrifi cation process and disinfection are working effi ciently to maintain a good, healthy environment. Flow monitoring is an excellent way to determine if the fi lter requires maintenance, and also to monitor proper back-wash process. Flow Family Flow - Fully serviceable - Paddlewheel and Magmeter available - Various wetted materials available for corrosion resistant Titanium, Hastelloy-C - Wet-Tap assembles • Installs and removes sensors from piping systems for service without flow interruption - NPT or ISO process connections available www.gfsignet.com 3
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Product Off ering pH and ORP All fi sh have diff erent preferences to water pH. Almost no fi sh prefer completely neutral water, due to imbalances in the wild. Fresh water fi sh adapt to a wide pH range. They might be happiest at pH 7.2, but they would be just as happy at 6.8 or 7.6. The pH of natural sea water varies throughout diff erent marine environments, but is generally around 8.2 pH. Reef tank pH should be maintained between 8.0 and 8.6. pH will be at its lowest point at night and will rise throughout the day as dissolved oxygen levels rise. Nature’s immense buff ering and fi ltering capacity maintains a healthy water system required for life support. Water must be disinfected in aquariums or the ecosystem will be destroyed by a surge in bacterial growth and/or algae blooms, which consume oxygen and spread disease. Disinfection of the water as it is re-circulated and fi ltered is needed to kill bacteria levels and maintain a healthy system. For marine mammals, chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, calcium chlorite or ozone may be used to provide a residual disinfecting agent. An ORP (oxidation-reduction potential) or “redox“ sensor measures, and monitors the oxidizing capacity of the water to ensure disinfectant levels are properly maintained. 3-3719 pH/ORP Wet-Tap Assembly Wet-Tap Assembly - Electrode removal without process shutdown - Protects electrode from breakage available with NPT or ISO process connector - Fully serviceable - S ealed pneumatic dampening for smooth and safe operation - Automatic locking mechanism 3-2724, 3-2726 and 3-2756 pH Electrodes Series pH - Designed for both tank and in-line measurements - 272X family sensors available with NPT or ISO process - Mounts in any angle of the pipe for easy installation - Wet-Tap assembly available ORP - Designed for both tank and in-line measurements - 2725 sensor available with NPT or ISO process - Mounts in any angle of the pipe for easy installation - Wet-Tap assembly available - W et-Tap sensor 3-2757-HDPE specifically designed for aquatic use. 4 www.gfsignet.com
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Product Off ering Pressure, Temperature and Level Ocean and fresh water temperature varies globally. In order to sustain stable healthy fi sh and animal populations, temperature control of the aquatic environment is important. The amount of oxygen that can be dissolved (saturated) in the water is also dependent on the water temperature and salinity levels. Filtering of aquarium water is vital to a healthy aquarium by removing biogrowth, suspended matter and fi sh/animal waste. A pressure sensor measures the diff erence in pressure between the inlet and outlet, and allows proper warning when fi lter maintenance is required. Monitoring water level and managing tank farms in Aquariums is made easy with the wide range of GF level products. Level monitoring ensures a stable environment to the aquatic life, and is a key measurement in tanks that hold process water, makeup water, wastewater and chemicals to guarantee an adequate supply is available. 2350 Temperature Sensor Temperature - 4 to 20 mA or digital (S3L) output - Standard 3/4 in. NPT process connection - One-piece injection molded PVDF body - PT1000 platinum - Easy installation - Threaded for in-line or submersible installation 2450 Pressure Sensor Pressure - 4 to 20 mA or digital (S3L) output - 1/2 in. male union process connection - One-piece injection molded PVDF body - Flush ceramic diaphragm - Easy installation - Choice of three pressure ranges - Pressure or level measurement Level Family Level - Easy settings - Ultrasonic level sensors - Large displays - Hydrostatic level sensors - Foreign object recognition - Tuning forks - High resistance and long - Ultrasonic gap switch life despite contact with - Conductive multipoint switch corrosive liquid - Float switches - Low maintenance costs www.gfsignet.com 5
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Product Off ering Multi-Parameter Transmitters The 9900 Multi-Parameter Transmitter off ers the ease and fl exibility to be used with any GF Signet sensor. This allows a single transmitter to be used throughout the Aquarium, reducing the need for cross training to other brands of meters, and also the need for inventorying multiple spare transmitters. The 9950 allows two sensor to be displayed and controlled by a single transmitter. The 9950 can be used with two diff erent sensors to monitor two parameters or be used with two like sensors such as conductivity, fl ow and pressure sensor to monitor independent monitoring points or calculate the diff erence between two measuring points to support RO systems and media fi lter maintenance 9900 Transmitter Multi-Parameter - Multiple sensor types supported with one instrument - “Dial-type” digital bar graph - Optional Relay Module for addition of two dry contact relays - One 4 to 20 mA output in base unit. One additional 4 to 20 mA available with optional module - NEW! Rear Enclosure kits for panel, wall or pipe mounting - Warning and Relay LED indicators for “at a glance” visibility - Customizable features including digital label for custom identifi cation 9950 Transmitter Multi-Parameter - One instrument for multiple sensor types - T wo diff erent sensor types can be combined in one instrument - Confi gurable display - Derived measurements - Advanced boolean logic - Optional modules can be added for additional capabilities 6 www.gfsignet.com
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Compatibility Multi-Parameter Transmitters Flow, pH/ORP, Conductivity/Resistivity, Temperature, Pressure, Level, Salinity, 4 to 20 mA Signals, Batch, Dissolved Oxygen Paddlewheel and Magmeter Flow sensors ssure – Flow Temperature and – Ult Pressure sensors re ra – P se or nu ict pH / ORP fl at, bulb and diff erential electrodes with 2750 Conductivity / Resistivity Sensors Dissolved Oxygen sensor 2850 Universal 4 to 20 to S3L Mount i-GO® Signal Converter 8058-1 * 8058-3 Ultrasonic, Radar, Hydrostatic and Point Level (*Note: requires 8058-3) www.gfsignet.com 7 tivity/Resistic vitu y d – n Tem C o p y – era nel Ln eva eh l – S le C alin ing it RP – DissoO lved H/ Oxyg – p ew n – Flo S
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