Reduction potential (also known as redox potential, oxidation / reduction potential, ORP, pE, ε, or ) is a measure of the tendency of a chemical species to acquire electrons and thereby be reduced. Reduction potential is measured in volts (V), or millivolts (mV).
The main technical indicators:
Product name:waterproof orp meter ORP-169E
Measuring range Range: 0 ~ ± 1999mg/LmV
Resolution Resolution: 1mV
Accuracy: Accuracy: ± 5mV
Voltage Battery: 4 * 1.5V (AG-13 batteries)
Operating Temperature Operating Temperature: 0℃ ~ 50℃
Correction Calibration: 1 point calibration
Volume Dimensions: 188mm * 35mm * 35mm
Weight Weight: 118g
1.What is ORP in swimming pools?
ORP Controllers. ORP is a qualitative measurement, not a quantitative measurement and is affected by many factors including the biggest variables in swimming pool water chemistry: pH, cyanuric acid and salt. But ORP is a measure of the oxidizing properties of chlorine or bromine sanitizer present in the body of water.
2.What is ORP in water treatment?
ORP stands for Oxidation-Reduction Potential. ... The best definition I can give is that “ORP is a measure of the cleanliness of the water & its ability to break down contaminants”. It has a range of –2,000 to + 2,000 and units are in “mV” (millivolts).
3.How do you measure ORP?
ORP stands for oxidation-reduction potential, which is a measure, in millivolts, of the tendency of a chemical substance to oxidize or reduce another chemical sub- stance. Oxidation is the loss of electrons by an atom, mole- cule, or ion.
4.What is the ORP in RO plant?
ORP. Oxidation reduction potential (ORP) is critical to ensure that all chlorine and other oxidizing chemicals have been removed. If present, these chemicals can physically attack polyamide RO membrane, creating leaks through which dissolved salts can pass which will present itself by lower water quality.