Why is it important to "Zero" the AF7000, and how often should this be done?

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Document ID TE2134

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Version 5.0

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Published Date 04/10/2019
Question
Why is it important to "Zero" the AF7000, and how often should this be done?
Summary
AF7000 Dosing
Answer
One zeroes an AF7000 (SCM) in order to set the instrument at the ideal coagulant dosing. A SCM cannot tell an operator what their ideal dosing is (this must be determined by a jar test, or zeta potential meter), but it can tell an operator when the process is deviating from that ideal set-point if the instrument is zeroed on it.  Zeroing should be done after every jar test or zeta potential measurement (this determines the ideal dosing, then the process is set to this dosing, then the instrument is zeroed), after a high-turbidity event post subsequent jar test, if the instrument is seen to be drifting, or after PM or repair service.

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