Liquid Conductivity Application Questionnaire

Barben Analytical
5200 Convair Drive
Carson City, NV, 89706, USA
Phone: 1-775-883-2500
Fax: 1-775-883-6388
E-mail: sales.barben@ametek.com

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PROCESS DATA

 

 

     

   

 

 

SENSOR INSTALLATION INTO THE PROCESS (PLEASE SELECT ONE)
Submersible

A submersible installation uses a dip tube to immerse the sensor in a tank or vessel. The dip tube is normally customer supplied to match the process connection on the vessel as well as the insertion length required for the tank. Barben can supply the sensor as well as cleaning mechanisms for this type of installation.

Threaded In-Line

Threaded in-line installations are often used on sample line installations. Sample lines are required if the process is too hot or high pressure for direct measurement. Typical mounting is through a pipe tee as shown above. Block valves should be mounted on either side of the sensor for isolation during maintenance.

Quick Change In-Line

Quick change in-line installations use a union nut adapter to mount the sensor into the process. This provides several advantages over a standard threaded installation. The sensor is easily removed without twisting the cable. Higher pressure ratings can be achieved. This style of mounting is common on sample lines.

Retractable “Hot Tap”

Retractable pH/ORP sensors install directly into the process. The sensor is inserted through a ball valve and is held in place using a compression fitting. When the sensor needs to be removed for cleaning or calibration the ball valve provides isolation from the process. Advantages of this type of installation include variable insertion depth and quick response. Barben provides many options for valves, compression fittings, and mounting hardware.

 

 

 

SENSOR MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION (SELECT PREFERRED MATERIAL)

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL ANALYZER & SENSOR INFORMATION