The plug-and-play Krypton K Analyzer employs a patented ASR automatic self-cleaning electrode that is effective against iron, manganese oxide, fats and more. Maintenance and cost are minimal, with no reagents, membranes, electrolytes or moving parts needed. The analyzer is available in free chlorine, chlorine dioxide, ozone and hydrogen peroxide.
There are many portable handheld devices that measure dissolved solids, but not all instruments are equal. Beyond the product specifications, how can you tell which instrument to choose? Even when you choose the best instrument, how can you get accurate repeatable readings? This article addresses design and use issues that affect the accuracy of conductivity, resistivity and total dissolved solids (TDS) measurements so that you choose the right instrument for your application and use it correctly.
Design features and calibration tips for accurate dissolved solids measurements
ITS introduces the eXact Chlorine Plus, a handheld photometer that offers faster, safer, easier and more precise water testing. The meter is ideal for oxidizer testing and provides direct read capabilities for combined chlorine, free chlorine, total chlorine, hydrogen peroxide low range, high-range free chlorine and glycine. Percent transmission allows for testing of additional parameters.
The TCS3020 Toroidal Inductive Conductivity Sensor provides a non-contacting, inductive-type conductivity measurement from zero to 1,000 mS. Made of Noryl, it has wide solvent tolerance and temperature stability to 105°C. The unit can be used in submersible or in-line applications. It can be combined with Sensorex’s toroidal transmitters to create a complete conductivity measurement system.
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