Many titration lab operators consider the sensor a mere accessory, yet it plays arguably the most important role of any component in an autotitration system.
Titration measurement accuracy and repeatability depend on identifying the same correct endpoint or equivalence point, the job of the sensor. But how can you guarantee as conditions change from day to day that your sensors provide the right results? Are operators maintaining sensors properly? How do you know?
Understanding how to properly use, maintain and evaluate sensors for performance is a key learning for laboratories to help guarantee titration accuracy. Better sensor handling leads quite simply to better overall results.
- Sensor components and their functions
- Proper usage in titration
- Storage guidance and solutions
- Sensor maintenance and cleaning - timing and tips
- Calibration and evaluation
- Further references
METTLER TOLEDO's comprehensive Good Titration Practice™ program helps laboratories manage and reduce risk across 5 lifecycle stages of titration system ownership, from initial evaluation and selection to installation, training, and routine operation and maintenance.