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January 18, 2017

Market introduction of a revolutionary sensor for measuring Total Chlorine

Clear and reliable measurements driven by Kuntze Zirkon® sensors. Kuntze Zirkon® sensors combine durability, reproducibility, quick response, no delicate parts and stain resistance.

Zirkon® DIS Total is an open potentiostatic sensor for measuring chlorine compounds. Due to 12 mm design the sensor can be integrated in every Kuntze system.

Zirkon® DIS Total is a new dimension in disinfection.

  • No exchange of membrane
  • No exchange of electrolyte
  • No delicate plastic membrane
  • Immune to air bubbles

Due to the revolutionary material InnoDisk® the sensor Zirkon® DIS Total measures the following chlorine compounds:

  • Free Chlorine at high pH
  • Chloramines
  • Dichloroisocyanuric Acid
  • Trichloroisocyanuric Acid
  • BCDMH (1 Bromo-3-chloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin)

Do not hesitate to contact us in any case of question regarding this new potentiostatic sensor.

October 6, 2016

Kuntze's customer base loves Cloud Connect®

Since the release of Kuntze's Cloud Connect® customers are very convinced regarding the value add of this service. A growing customer base is the proof for this. Users get the chance to control the quality of their water process at any time, from any place, on any device. With precise measurements, optimized asset utilization and reduced maintenance costs Kuntze's Cloud Connect® reaches its full potential - especially if customers truly embrace data-driven decision making.

In addition to this Kuntze offers that data scientists analyze customer’s data in order to improve decision making, such as asset optimization via improved maintenance cycles or optimized dosing of disinfectants. It can also be used to support new or different operation modes of water application. Kuntze analysis & recommendation services uncover hidden patterns of application’s data that lead to competitive advantage.

August 26, 2016

Kuntze Instruments launches new website

Kuntze Instruments is pleased to announce the release of our new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about our products and services. Responsive web design makes the new website easy to read from any device.
Our goal is to provide customers clear and accurate product and service information, to demonstrate our expertise through the Kuntze portfolio, and to help them navigate in this challenging world of technologies. We hope you will enjoy our new site. If you have questions, comments or suggestions please send them to

July 25, 2016

Kuntze on a EU business mission to Ho-Chi-Minh city (VNM)

The European Commission of the European Union (EU) selected Kuntze Instruments Germany for participation in an EU business mission to Singapore and Vietnam as a leading specialist in disinfection and water analytics. Kuntze's business strategy convinced the EU Commission that it's product portfolio will add value to water applications in the southeast Asian countries.   

Kuntze's sales representative gave a very warm welcome to Mr. Hung Tran who is Vice President of Vietnam Water Supply and Sewerage Association (VWSA). Mr. Tran and his colleagues visited the Kuntze booth in order to get an inside view on a new technology in free chlorine measurement.

May 19, 2016

Kuntze Instruments Ukraine exhibits on Aqua-Therm in Kiev (UKR)

Aqua-Therm Kiev is the Eastern Europe’s unique properly-segmented HVAC and water supply & treatment industry event presenting a new trend of energy efficiency in each sector. From 17 - 20 May 2016 the 18th international exhibition of energy-efficient heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water supply, renewable energy, plumbing and swimming pools takes place and Kuntze Instruments (Ukraine) exhibits its complete portfolio.  

Kuntze Instruments continues to be recognised for 70 years of ‘Know How’ in the manufacturing of disinfection measurement and control instrumentation complemented by sensors.  The combination of manufacturing both instruments and sensors provides a much stronger knowledge base to provide solutions for various industries.