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This turbidity sensor withstands aggressive media

By Chemical Engineering |

Endress + Hauser

The new Turbimax CUS50D sensor (photo) is an absorption sensor for turbidity and suspended-solids measurement in unfavorable environments. Its robust design is made to withstand aggressive media and is suitable for applications in industrial wastewater treatment or chemical processes. Turbimax CUS50D measures turbidity and suspended solids (attenuation of light in accordance with ISO 7027) reliably and accurately — even in very dark liquids and sludges. The special Teflon-derivative sensor-measurement surface minimizes the risk of dirt accumulating, thus guaranteeing a stable and consistent measurement. Surface contamination is removed by the sensor’s air-cleaning system — Endress+Hauser, Greenwood, Ind.

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