The depiction of the products may differ from the actual specific design.
The 8232 from Bürkert is an electrochemical
sensor designed for the measurement of the
free chlorine concentration generated from inorganic
sources (chlorine gas, sodium hypochlorite,...).
The Type 8232 offer a range of three models:
• the Cl-trace sensor (Item no. 565164) with three
electrodes, is suitable for the measuring
of chlorine at very low concentrations. The
membrane of this sensor is less affected by
biofouling. It is available with a voltage output
on a four-pin fixed connector (connector with
cable has to be ordered separately).
• the chlorine sensor (Item no. 566052) with three
electrodes, has a sensor having a greatly reduced
pH-dependency. This model delivers a
current output on a two-pin terminal through
a cable gland and is designed to be used in
a swimming pool, drinking or sea water. The
fluid must contain a minimum chlorine concentration
( 0,1 ppm).
• the chlorine sensor (Item no. 566051) with two
electrodes, delivers a current output on a
two-pin terminal through a cable gland. It is
designed to be used using in a swimming
pool, drinking or process water having similar
qualities as drinking water. The fluid to be
measured must not contain any surfactants
or abrasive particles and its pH value must be
at a constant level. The fluid must contain a
minimum chlorine concentration ( 0,1 ppm).
Trace sensor with three electrodes for measurements
at low concentrations
Chlorine sensor with three electrodes and greatly reduced
Chlorine sensor with two electrodes
For selecting the correct product please refer to the technical data, images and notes for proper use according to the data sheet.