Inductive Conductivity Sensor Monitors Industrial Effluents in Aggressive Media

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Mettler Toledo introduces the InPro7250 inductive conductivity sensor. The sensor is engineered to endure hazardous conditions while screening for manufacturing seepage. It features a hermetically sealed calculation system and a safeguard for maintaining stable conductivity for difficult-to-measure developments in pulp and paper processes and industrial waste water.

The InPro7250PFA consists of two precision coils hermetically sealed in a robust and chemically resistant polymer matrix. The device is also inert to strong mineral acids, inorganic bases, inorganic oxidizing agents and salt solutions. The InPro7250 is well-suited for in-line chemical concentration control in harsh environments where accurate, fast and economical measurements are required.

Mettler Toledo's InPro7250 offers a coverage of application conditions within chemical and petrochemical processes. In procedures where the concentration of caustic is critical to product quality and yield, the sensor allows reliable process control, even at high temperatures. The device is also resistant to fouling and strong acids.

In conditions where high levels of fibers tend to incapacitate conventional electrodes in textile and pulp and paper processes, the InPro7250 sensor maintains maximum performance. Mettler Toledo's technology increases production uptime to enhance manufacturing efficiency. The continuous monitoring of industrial waste water effluents is a critical factor not only for ecological reasons, but also for economical plant operation.

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    Mettler Toledo

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