Frequently asked questions
All Lutz-Jesco documents begin with the two letters "LJ". The content of the documents is also identified by two letters, as follows:
- BA or BW = Operation manual
- BB = Supplement
- PI = Product information
- MB = Dimension sheet
- ET = Spare parts
- SD = Special design manual
- P = Brochure
What does "Matchcode" / "Ordering code" mean?
All Lutz-Jesco products are classified according to their options by a product key - the matchcode. You can find out the details of features and functions in the Matchcode / Ordering code table. The tables are shown in the Lutz-Jesco price list.
I would like to obtain an offer online.
Please complete the online product request form. Our sales staff and engineers will then contact you immediately.
Guide dosing pumps
The different requirements for the piping system and the dosing medium mean that there can be numerous options for the selection of the displacement body, drive, capacity range, material and actuation of a dosing pump. The dosing pumps guide aims to help you with the various options and functions.
Guide accessories for dosing pumps
To obtain optimum dosing of the medium, the right choice of dosing pump is required, as well as numerous accessories in the dosing pipe. The accessories overview shows you the possible aids and options for obtaining a successful, constant dosing.
How does the external control for an MEMDOS DX motor-driven diaphragm dosing pump work?
The DX control unit of the MEMDOS DX has a digital pulse input, which can be actuated by any controller, for example a TOPAX controller or an SPS. The external control via an ON/OFF switch briefly switches off the DX control of the pump, and is therefore not possible.
Which products do I need for the chlorine gas room of a swimming pool?
The brief guide to chlorine gas technology gives a helpful overview of the DIN compliant installation of a chlorine gas room with vacuum safety pipes, for example in a public swimming pool.
Which components are used in a large-scale chlorine installation?
The installation instruction for large chlorine installations gives a helpful overview of the installation and components in a high-capacity chlorine gas room, for example in a drinking water treatment system.
Measuring and control equipment
How is an RS-485 network set up for connecting a TOPAX controller to a PC?
Please refer to the operator's manual for the TOPAX controller and the TopView software manual for full information on how to install a network.
Is there a test version of the TopView or TopReader software available?
The TopView Mini version for displaying the TOPAX controller on a PC is a limited-function version of TopView Version and is available in the Download area. The TopReader software for reading the memory card in the TOPAX DX can also be downloaded for free.
Chemical centrifugal pumps
How do I choose a pump?
For optimal selection of chemically resistant and high-capacity chemical centrifugal pumps that convey aggressive media, the centrifugal pump guide will help you with the planning and purchasing.
Which parameters need to be considered when planning a chlorine dioxide based disinfection system?
Planners and operators of Lutz-Jesco EASYZON chlorine dioxide systems can refer to the checklists for the EASYZON and EASYZON measurement and control technology. These are available for free download as a PDF file, and give all the important parameters as a planning guide.
Flow-through chlorine electrolysis
What makes the SALT-WATER-LIGHT process environmentally friendly?
SALT-WATER-LIGHT is a disinfection process for swimming pools. The salt dissolved in the swimming pool water (e.g. cooking salt, NaCl) is converted into a chlorine compound during recirculation. The chlorine necessary for disinfection is therefore produced directly in the water. Conventional chlorine sources such as chlorine gas or chlorine bleach are highly aggressive materials and must be stored by the swimming pool. With the SALT-WATER-LIGHT process, this is not necessary.
Is this technology only suitable for large or public swimming pools?
No, of course not. The smallest system is suitable for pool sizes between 10 and 50 m2. Only one conversion/filter unit is needed, and is today provided as standard.