Potable Water Chlorine Monitoring
Solutions for Cruise Ships
The Halogen MP5™: Robust, Accurate, and Stable.
Protect against Legionella and other bacterial contaminations with compact low-maintenance potable water chlorine monitoring solution based on the Halogen MP5™.
Legionella is a dangerous and hard-to-kill pathogen that is better to mitigate before it gets a foothold. Consistent monitoring of onboard water is imperative. However, the nature of the cruise industry makes consistency difficult. Most chlorine sensor solutions are either highly manual or maintenance-heavy and temperamental. DPD and old-tech amperometric sensors require consistent flows with no bumps in pressure or vibrations, which makes them ill-suited for cruise-ship use.
The Halogen MP5™ is a good choice for solutions aimed at solving the issues around cruise ship water monitoring. The technology was proven in the harsh environment of ballast water systems for ocean-going cargo ships. It is unaffected by flow or pressure and is certified for use in NSF-61 applications. The MP5™ can be installed directly in the circulation pipes or submerged in holding tanks. Side-stream deployments can be used to test source water before it is added to holding tanks.
Halogen is working with partners to create options for ship owners. Contact us for more information.
Solve Cruise Potable Water Monitoring Problems with the MP5™
Multiple Parameters, one unit
Online & Remote Monitoring
Halogen’s MP5™ can be deployed in-pipe, in PVC Tees, or submerged in holding tanks, while the display and controller unit can be mounted in the control room. A new cellular-enabled controller will post telemetry data at specified intervals directly into monitoring workflows.
The MP5™ can be set for constant monitoring and can run for months with minimal interaction so operators can know what they need to know in near-time . Reports can be collected and sent in batches or simply streamed for up-to-the-minute data.
Amperometric Sensors With Patented Technology to Modernize Your Testing
Bare Electrode Sensor
The old amperometric technology used by competitor sensors still requires a membrane and electrolyte to guard against sensor fouling. Such membranes are sensitive to flow and pressure spikes. Halogen’s patented SensiCLĒNE™ technology prevents fouling without introducing pressure or flow sensitivity.