Pressurized housings are used with the refillable ChemoTrode sensors. The pressurization ensures a constant outflow of electrolyte which helps to prevent clogging of the diaphragm and poisoning of the electrolyte. It can be used in a large variety of applications in the chemical industry.
What is the "OP" designation at the end of a FlexiFit part number?
What is a refillable sensor and why would I choose it?Refillable sensors have a port that allows manual replenishment of the reference electrolyte. Processes like pure water leach out out the electrolyte so the Ionotrode is a good choice. Other products like the ChemoTrode allow the for externally pressurized electrolyte so the process liquid cannot easily contaminate the sensor.
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.
Which Safety Socket do I need?Hamilton Safety Sockets have three main options to consider - Stainless steel grade, angle, and length. Click to learn more.
Process Connection Options for Housings
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