pH Sensor Lifetime Quadrupled
White Paper

pH Sensor Lifetime Quadrupled

White Paper

The Impact of the Right Housing on Sensor Lifetime

pH Sensor Lifetime Quadrupled
pH Sensor Lifetime Quadrupled

Selecting the appropriate housings for your analytical pH sensors plays a critical role in extending pH sensor lifetime. With the right sensor housing it is possible to quadruple pH sensor lifetime in challenging conditions. This white paper focuses on how advances in retractable housings for analytical sensors help pharmaceutical companies to reduce their pH sensor turnover by extending sensor lifespan.
 

The role of an analytical sensor housing is not just to hold the sensor securely in a process pipe or vessel. The right sensor housing can complement production by enhancing cleaning operations, making sensor replacement simple, or supporting sterilization processes.

Understanding the effects of each of your required process steps on your analytical sensors, including pH and ORP sensorsDO sensors and CO2 sensors will help you to determine the right sensor housing for your processes, and having the right housing can extend your pH sensor lifespan by up to 4x.

This white paper covers several process considerations that can help you to select the right housing for maximizing the life of your in-line analytical sensors.

Batch conditions: Do you produce short batches, or long multi-day batches? Are your batches high-cost or low-cost? Do your batches contain sticky or contaminating media?

Sterilization processes: Do you have sterilization processes that keep your sensors immersed at high-temperatures for periods of more than 5-10 minutes?

Cleaning processes: Does your medium have a high particle load that means cleaning is required regularly? How easy is it to access or replace the sensor if it is dirty?

To learn more about how these questions can lead to the right housing selection for extending pH sensor lifetime, download the white paper, "Quadruple Sensor Lifetime with a Retractable Housing." The white paper covers each of these challenges, and then presents the solutions of how advances in retractable housings can dramatically extend sensor lifetime and make it easier for you to optimize your production operations. 

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