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ORP2000 Extended Life ORP Sensor

Product Description
When measuring samples such as wastewaster that may contain proteins, heavy metals, or other contaminants, it is important to use an ORP sensor (REDOX sensor) designed to withstand unpredictable chemical environments. The ORP2000 features double junction reference protection, which prevents contamination by sample components that interact with silver (Ag). The durable Ultem® body ensures extensive chemical compatibility, making the ORP2000 a highly versatile analytical tool.
  • Virtually unbreakable with durable Ultem® body construction and recessed protected glass
  • Reliable and accurate ORP / REDOX measurements
  • No refilling or maintenance required with sealed gel-filled design
  • Instantly ready for use and shipped in storage bottle for long shelf life – guaranteed for one year
  • One year limited warranty
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ORP3000 Research Grade ORP Electrode

Product Description
In harsh laboratory or field conditions, where heat, moisture, or corrosive chemicals may damage equipment, ORP electrode durability is key. The ORP3000 is durable, research grade ORP electrode. All the functional components – the ORP measurement surface, the meter connection, and the cable connection – are reinforced with protective elements. Durable Ultem® body construction provides extensive chemical compatibility and withstands temperatures up to 100°C.
  • Virtually unbreakable: removable guard protects ORP measurement surface and strain relief prevents damage to cable connection
  • Ideal for difficult sample types: Double junction reference protection for testing samples containing heavy metals, TRIS buffer, and other contaminants
  • No maintenance required: Sealed gel reference design does not require users to refill solution
  • Extensive chemical compatibility: Constructed with durable Ultem®, proven in a range of chemical conditions
  • Ready for wet or corrosive environments: BNC boot protects meter connection
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ORP1000 Polycarbonate Laboratory ORP Sensor

Product Description
The ORP1000 is a durable and easy to use ORP sensor. Great for outdoor applications, such as monitoring swimming pool chlorine, this probe has built in protection for the ORP sensor surface. Use the ORP1000 with any ORP meter accepting a BNC connector.
  • Very fast response time: Platinum measurement surface for fast response time and stable readings
  • No maintenance required: Sealed reference design requires no refilling
  • Durable construction: Polycarbonate body is built for frequent lab or field use
  • Instantly ready for use: Shipped in storage bottle for long shelf life – guaranteed for one year
  • One year limited warranty: We stand behind all our products with the Sensorex Guarantee
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pH1000 Polycarbonate Laboratory Plastic pH Sensor

Product Description
Whether you need to measure pH in your swimming pool, aquarium, or hydroponics garden, you need a probe that will deliver accurate measurements day in and day out. This low maintenance, low cost pH sensor provides reliable readings in a range of environments, from greenhouses to science classrooms. This sensor stands up to the usual wear and tear with its durable polycarbonate body and built-in protection for the pH glass measuring surface. Compatible with all pH meters accepting a BNC connector.
  • Very fast response time: Platinum measurement surface for fast response time and stable readings
  • No maintenance required: Sealed, no maintenance reference design
  • Durable construction: Polycarbonate body is built for frequent lab or field use
  • Instantly ready for use: Shipped in storage bottle for long shelf life – guaranteed for one year
  • One year limited warranty: We stand behind all our products with the Sensorex Guarantee
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pH2500 Flat Surface Glass pH Electrode

Product Description
Surfaces like paper, leather, electrophoresis gels and agar plates may be difficult to measure with traditional pH glass bulbs due to concerns about breakage. A flat electrode like our pH2500, is ideally suited for these types of pH measurements as well as measurements of suspended sludges and slurries. In addition to its specially designed measurement surface, the pH2500 features double junction construction, which prevents contamination and allows testing of samples containing heavy metals or proteins.
  • Perfect for gels and slurries: Flat electrode measurement surface designed for testing special sample types
  • Accurate measurements across full pH scale (0-14)
  • Highly adaptable: Compatible with any pH meter accepting BNC
  • Low maintenance: Gel-filled electrode reference design with double junction to prevent contamination
  • Instantly ready for use: Shipped in storage bottle for long shelf life – guaranteed for one year
  • One year limited warranty: We stand behind all our products with the Sensorex Guarantee
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SoliSense®

Key Benefits
  • From 2 NTU to 8% Solids
  • Displays in NTU, mg/l, g/l or % solids – flexible
  • Auto-clean optical sensor – months without maintenance
  • Stable and reliable – excellent process control
  • Suitable for all potable, waste and process waters
  • Up to 12 months between maintenance
  • Up to 12 months between calibration
The SoliSense® suspended solids sensor is available with different controllers giving you the same great performance with different communication, display, and control options. With the SoliSense® range of online suspended solids analyzers, you get everything that you need – and nothing that you don’t, without sacrificing the quality of measurement. The use of a single sensor to robustly and accurately measure a large dynamic range of suspended solids allows for:
  • Less spares – more commonality across a single or multiple sites
  • No requirement to know the range prior to specifying – easier purchasing
  • One online suspended solids analyzer can be:
    • Online mlss meter
    • Online tss meter
    • Online total suspended solids meter
    • Online effluent monitor
    • Online inlet monitor
    • Online ‘in process’ suspended solids analyzer
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pH2100 Flat Tip Plastic pH Electrode

Product Description
Agar plates, skin, and electrophoresis gels are all surfaces that may be difficult to measure with a typical pH glass bulb due to concerns about breakage. To facilitate these and other surface measurements, we created the pH2100 flat tip pH electrode. It has a rugged flat measurement surface, which breaks less easily when it comes in contact with hard materials. This makes it a great choice for measuring slurries, sludges, and viscous samples as well as those containing suspended solids.
  • Ideal for surface measurements and slurries: rugged flat measurement tip resists breakage
  • Great for testing unknown sample types: double junction electrode reference design prevents contamination
  • Durable and Versatile: Ultem® body offers enhanced chemical compatibility and booted BNC protects meter connection
  • No maintenance required: sealed gel filled reference design
  • One year limited warranty: We stand by our products with the Sensorex guarantee
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FluoriSense

Key Benefits
Pi’s FluoriSense range of fluoride monitors and fluoride analyzers utilize the very latest and best fluoride sensors available in the world today for measuring the online fluoride content of any potable water. They are ion selective electrodes (ISEs) with integral reference, automatic temperature compensation and solid polymeric junction. which use no reagents, are extremely stable, and have reduced maintenance and reduced whole life costs.
  • Measuring method: ISE (Ion Specific Electrode)
  • Measure range: 0.02 ppm saturation
  • Sample pH range: 5 to 7 pH at 1 x 10⁻⁶ M / 5 to 11 pH at saturation
  • Temperature range: 0 to 80°C continuous / 80 to 100°C intermittent
  • Electrode resistance: less than 50 MΩ
  • Reproducibility: ±2%
  • Cable length: 100cm
  • Calibration: Manual using test kit
  • No reagent required
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UV254Sense

Key Benefits
  • UVA (ultra-violet absorbance) is an excellent surrogate parameter for TOC, DOC, COD and color.
  • UVT (ultra-violet transmission) allows for the calculation of optimal UV dose for disinfection systems, improving efficiency.
  • Accurate detection without the cost of reagents.
  • Few ongoing service or maintenance requirements.
  • Allows feed forward optimization of coagulation control, resulting in decreases in chemical consumption, reduction in sludge removal costs and minimization of DBP formation potential.
  • Strong ROI with pay back on the analyzer being seen by many customers within a few months.
  • UVA measurement ensures performance of various contaminant removal technologies such as membranes (RO, NF, UF), ion exchange (nitrates and TOC removal) and granular activated carbon (GAC).
  • Real time UVA analyzers can provide a final check of effluent water quality and can alarm an operator in case of non-compliance.
  • A UVA monitor can monitor the percentage removal of organics across any treatment system.
  • Can be combined with a CRONOS® or CRIUS® for a multi-parameter UV254 analyzer solution that suits your needs.
  • Standard Features
  • Online continuous operation
  • Patent pending Ortho-Beam technology
  • 254nm wavelength UV light source
  • Displays UV transmittance or absorbance values
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    HaloSense Zero

    Key Benefits
    Many water companies want to measure free chlorine residuals without the need for chemical buffers traditionally associated with such measurements. Acetate and phosphate buffers are expensive and environmentally unfriendly. Buffer delivery systems are maintenance intensive and have fairly costly consumables and there are health and safety considerations in the handling of the acids and high disposal costs if the acid treated water is unable to be fed back into the water supply. Amperometric cells and most polarographic probes only respond to hypochlorous acid, (HOCl). HOCl dissociates into hypochlorite (OCl–) in a pH dependent manner. This is why most chlorine monitors need acid buffers in most applications. The typical pH of water measured on a water treatment works may range from 7 to 9.2. Chemical buffering reduces the pH to between 5 and 6 and ensures that the majority of the residual chlorine is present as HOCl (see graph below).
    • Low purchase cost
    • Low cost of ownership
    • Reduced pH dependency (largely pH independent)
    • Stable and reliable
    • Bufferless
    • Reagentless
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