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ORP sensor EasyFerm Plus ORP Traditionalfor the pharmaceutical industryprocess

ORP sensor
ORP sensor
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Characteristics

Evaluation type
ORP
Applications
for the pharmaceutical industry, process

Description

EasyFerm Plus ORP Sensors - Traditional Traditional EasyFerm ORP sensors were designed for demanding pharmaceutical and chemical applications, with features built-in to resist fouling. A pre-pressurized reference electrolyte prevents the diffusion of sample into the sensors. The Everef-F reference design ensures that the Phermlyte electrolyte remains free of silver and precipitation. The HP Coatramic diaphragm is designed to prevent coating and fouling. EasyFerm ORP sensors are compatible with autoclavation, CIP, and SIP. Specifications Specification Sheet a-length 120 mm Electrical Connector S8 Measurement Principle Combination electrode; ORP potential measured against reference Measuring Range-2000 mV to +2000 mV ORP Element Pt ring Membrane Shape Spherical Diaphragm HP-Coatramic Number of Diaphrag ms1 ElectrolytePressurized Phermlyte Reference SystemHamilton Everef-F, Silver ion barrier included Liquid Earth No Temperature Sensor No Diameter12 mm Process Connection PG13,5 Wetted Parts Platinum Glass EPDM (Ethylene propylene elastomer) Serial NumberYes Recommended StorageHamilton Storage Solution or 3 M KCl CertificateYes, with measured value in ORP buffer +475 mV ATEX ApprovalII 1/2 G Ex ia IIC T4/T5/T6 Ga/Gb; II 1/2 D ia IIIC T x °C Da/Db IECEx ApprovalII 1/2 G Ex ia IIC T4/T5/T6 Ga/Gb; II 1/2 D ia IIIC T x °C Da/Db Autoclavable Yes CIPYes Steam Sterilizable Yes Operating Temperature Range 0 to 140 °C Sample min Conductivity 100 µS/cm Pressure Range bar g 0 to 6 bar
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