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Conductivity sensors designed for ultra-pure water

By Chemical Engineering |

Sensorex

The CS700 stainless-steel conductivity sensor (photo) covers a wide variety of applications, but is particularly effective with ultra-pure water. The sensors offer an adjustable insertion length to fit any installation type. The sensors are constructed of heavy-duty 316 stainless steel and Teflon to enable installation in difficult applications. Sensor accuracy is 2% of reading with 0.1% repeatability when properly calibrated. The sensor’s electro-polish finish promotes stability and consistency. The CS700 withstands temperatures up to 150°C (302°F) and pressures up to 200 psig. — Sensorex, Inc., Garden Grove, Calif.

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