The RetractoMaster is a retractable housing used with the FermoTrode and the ChemoTrode. For the ChemoTrode a pressure source of up to 6 bar can be added to the RetractoMaster to ensure the outflow of electrolyte and extend sensor life and performance.
This retractable housing allows to mount and dismount the sensors while the process is running. By pressing the red button the sensors is easily move into or out of the process. Safety is guaranteed because insertion into a vessel without a sensor is impossible so is removal while in measuring position. The pressure inside the RetractoMaster can be controlled via a built-in manometer.
|Wetted Parts||Stainless Steel 1.4571
|O-ring position||22.5 mm|
|Pressure range (bar g)||0 to 6 bar|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10 – 130 °C|
|For Sensors with||250 mm|
|Surface Quality of Steel||Ra < 0.4 μm (N5)|
|ATEX approval||Conform to DIN EN 13463-1|
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