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These conductivity analyzers are used to measure electrolytic conductivity (EC), a widely used analytical parameter for water purity analysis, control of chemical processes and in industrial wastewater applications. These in-line EC meters provide reliable measurements for ensuring process control. METTLER TOLEDO's portfolio of digital Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) conductivity meters help improve calibration processes, ensure signal reliability and have wide measurement ranges.
A conductivity analyzer is a system used for in-line conductivity measurements, typically in industrial processes or pure water systems. A conductivity analyzer generally consists of three components: a conductivity sensor, a transmitter and a process adaption or housing unit. Together, these three parts make up a process conductivity analyzer used for control of conductivity in an industrial environment. METTLER TOLEDO provides a wide range of different conductivity sensors to meet your in-line conductivity measurement needs.
Electrical conductivity is the ability of a material to carry an electrical current. It is generally measured with an electrical conductivity meter (EC meter) or conductivity analyzer.
Electrical resistivity is the reciprocal of conductivity. Resistivity is the intrinsic property that quantifies how strongly a given material opposes the flow of electric current.
Electrical conductivity has been measured using EC meters for many years and it is still an important and widely used analytical parameter today. In-line EC meters, also called conductivity analyzers, offer an easy and economical way to provide an indication of the conductivity of the measured medium. The excellent reliability, sensitivity, response and relatively low cost of a conductivity analyzer makes conductivity a valuable, easy-to-use tool for quality control. In some applications, the purity measurement is made as resistivity (the reciprocal of conductivity).