Conductivity sensors

  • Conductivity sensors measure the ability of a solution to conduct an electrical current. It is the presence of ions in a solution that allow the solution to be conductive: the greater the concentration of ions, the greater the conductivity. A conductivity sensor can be calibrated against a solution of known conductivity (much like calibrating a pH sensor against a solution of a known pH). Alternatively, you can use a device that contains a range of very precise resistors that duplicate known conductivity measurements.

    METTLER TOLEDO “premium line” 2- and 4-electrode probes for industrial conductivity measurement, provide the highest degree of safety during CIP and SIP processes. These sensors are specially designed and ruggedly built to withstand most rigorous cleaning procedures.

    These robust sensors are also highly suitable for applications in the chemical industry and in the treatment of industrial wastewater.


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