Conductivity

In pure water systems, electrolytic conductivity or resistivity measurement is the most common indicator of ionic contamination.

Ultrapure water is easily contaminated by traces of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere passing through tiny leaks or diffusing through thin wall polymer tubing when sample lines are used for measurement. Carbon dioxide forms conductive carbonic acid in water. Therefore, conductivity probes are generally permanently inserted directly into the main ultrapure water system piping to provide real-time continuous monitoring of contamination. These probes contain both conductivity and temperature sensors to enable accurate compensation for the very large temperature influence on the conductivity of pure waters.

Monitor AMI Rescon

Complete monitoring system for the automatic, continuous measurement of the specific resistivity / specific conductivity in high purity water.

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IXA234311X0_AMI_Rescon

QA-Monitor AMI INSPECTOR Resistivity

Portable inspection equipment for quality assurance of resistivity monitors.

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IXA75300000_AMI_INSPECTOR_Resistivity

Single Components Rescon

All components are available separately for system integration.

  • Transmitters
    Electronic transmitters/controllers for wall mounting or panel insertion.
  • Sensors
    High precision resistivity sensors with integrated temperature probe.
  • Cables
    Cables for precision resistivity sensors.
  • Flow Cell
    Stainless steel flow cell with needle valve and flow sensor.

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