AquaMetrix AM Series Conductivity Probes
Variable insertion with 316 stainless steel electrodes for flow through or submersible applications
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- 1/2 or 3/4in NPT process connection
- PT1000 RTD temperature compensation in all sensors
- Multiple cell constants are available
- Low maintenance, reduced cleaning requirements
- Two year limited warranty
The AquaMetrix AM series conductivity probes offer a compact design that allows installation into standard pipe fittings in small line sizes such as 3/4 and 1 inch, avoiding the need for special flow cells. Simplicity of the design also allows them to be economically offered in exotic metals for especially corrosive chemical applications.
Wetted materials of construction are 316 stainless steel and Teflon, with double o-ring seals at all points. The outer EPDM o-ring bears the brunt of process interface, allowing the back o-ring to maintain reliable sealing free from chemical attack. An integral temperature element tailored to the analyzer of choice allows automatic compensation for maximum accuracy. Leads are 15ft standard, stripped and tinned ends.
Process connections are made via a 1/2in NPT (AM12) or 3/4in NPT(AM34) threads. This fitting can be screwed into a line, or tank, and it can also be turned around and connected to a standpipe for use in a submersion configuration. The AM-series is good for general purpose and covers a broader range of conductivities.
The AMB34 sensor was designed for high pressure, high temperature conductivity measurements, and is an ideal choice for boiler control applications. Blowdown control, condensate monitoring, leak detection on heat exchangers, and steam purity measurements are just a few of the many applications in which this rugged and reliable sensor can be used.
AquaMetrix AM Series Conductivity Probes Applications
- High purity water applications
- Pharmaceutical applications
- Reverse osmosis systems
- Fume scrubbers
- Cooling towers
- Textile manufacturing
- Food and beverage
This product can be used in the following applications: