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The Power of On-Line Intelligent Sensors
Traditional pH sensor management in a production process is costly and labor intensive — often the sensor only accounts for 20 percent of total operational costs. Hamilton’s Arc intelligent pH sensors redefine the relationship between sensors and transmitters, openning a wide range of operational process improvements and cost reduction.
Total Process Control with Hamilton Single-Use Sensors
With Hamilton's new breed of sensors specifically designed for single-use applications, equipment manufacturers now have access to the same precise and hassle-free measurements in single-use environments.
Improve Yield with On-Line Viable Cell Density Measurement
On-line parameters like pH and dissolved oxygen are commonly used to optimize process yield. Further optimization is now possible with a new breed of sensors for on-line measurement of viable and total cell density.
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Can Hamilton pH and ORP sensors be used with my existing transmitter?
What is A-length and how is it measured?A-length refers to the insertion depth of the sensor. It's generally measured from the base of the PG13.5 mounting threads but can vary with certain styles of sensors.
What is the difference between pH and ORP?pH and ORP sensors look alike but have different measurement principles. pH sensors rely on a glass membrane that produces a voltage signal in relation to the hydrogen ion concentration in the liquid. The concentration of acids or bases affect this hydrogen ion concentration thus influence the pH measurement. ORP sensors measure of the overall level of oxidizing or reducing substances present in the liquid. The ORP measurement is not specific to any single ion in the liquid thus the response is based on the net presence of these chemicals.
Documentation and Certificates for Sensors and Liquid SolutionsWhat documentation and certificates can I expect with my sensor or probe? This article provides examples of the types of paper documents that normally come with Hamilton products.
Common Questions for Autoclave Sterilization of SensorsThis brief article examines common questions from end-users about best practices for autoclaving Hamilton sensors.
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