Clean-in-Place Control with UniCond® Conductivity Sensors - METTLER TOLEDO

Clean-in-Place Control with UniCond® Conductivity Sensors

Digital UniCond conductivity sensors are characterized by their extremely wide rangeability and accurate calibration. The new, digital, four-electrode, UniCond conductivity sensors measure up to 1,000,000 μS / cm for clean-in-place and other chemical concentration measurements.

Process compatibility
CIP and other process applications often require compact, in-line sensors for con­centration control. UniCond® conductivity sensors are offered with Tri-Clamp® and NPT process connections and FDA-com­pliant USP < 88 > Class VI PEEK polymer, with ratings to 140 °C for full process compatibility.

Accurate calibration
With conventional conductivity instru­mentation, verification and calibration involve the sensor, the cable, and the measuring instrument. Each of these can contribute error to the measurement and so they must be calibrated together as a system, in situ.

Now, with the new UniCond 4-E sensors, the measuring circuit, analog-to-digital conversion, and full sensor data including calibration memory are all contained within the sensor body. No error is intro­duced by the digital cable or instrument. For periodic calibration or verification, the sensor can be removed and recalibrated remotely or it can be calibrated in place; either way, full accuracy is achieved.

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For processes involving chemical concentration measurements, METTLER TOLEDO Thornton provides the most advanced and convenient solution.

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