4-pole Conductivity Sensor Mounting

Best practices for installation and mounting of Conducell 4-pole conductivity sensors.

Conductivity Sensor Selection

There at three basic styles of conductivity sensors. This article discusses which products are the best fit for the application.

Pure Water Conductivity Measurements

Conductivity measurements are very common in pure water. Learn about special considerations for these applications.

Conductivity Sensor Cleaning

Care and maintenance of both 2-pole and 4-pole conductivity sensors are discussed in this brief article.

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 1.3 µS/cm (Ref 238973)

Temperature has a direct influence on conductivity. This article looks at expected conductivity values from 5 to 50°C for Hamilton's 1.3 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238973).

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 5 µS/cm (Ref 238926)

Changing temperature has an effect on conductivity. This article looks at expected conductivity values from 5 to 50°C for Hamilton's 5 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238926).

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 15 µS/cm (Ref 238927)

Temperature and conductivity directly influence each other. This article looks at expected conductivity values from 5 to 50°C for Hamilton's 15 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238927).

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 84 µS/cm (Ref 238984)

Learn more about the effects of temperature from 5 to 50°C on Hamilton's 84 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238984).

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 100 µS/cm (Ref 238934)

Learn more about the effects of temperature on Hamilton's 100 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238934). Temperature is graphed in 1 degree increments from 5 to 50°C

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 147 µS/cm (Ref 238985)

Learn more about the effects of temperature on Hamilton's 147 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238985). Temperature is varied in 1 degree increments from 5 to 50°C in this article.

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 706 µS/cm (Ref 238929)

Learn more about the effects of temperature on Hamilton's 706 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238929). This article shows temperature variations from 5 to 50°C in 1 degree increments.

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 1413 µS/cm (Ref 238928 Glass Bottle)

Hamilton makes two version of the 1413 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard. The glass bottle version (Ref 238928) shows the effects of temperature from 5 to 50°C below.

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 1413 µS/cm (Ref 238986 Calpack Bottle)

Hamilton makes two version of the 1413 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard. The plastic Calpack bottle version (Ref 238986) shows the effects of temperature from 5 to 50°C below.

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 12880 µS/cm (Ref 238988)

Temperature and conductivity directly influence each other. This article looks at expected conductivity values from 5 to 50°C in one degree increments for Hamilton's 12880 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238988).

Temperature Influence of Conductivity Standard 100,000 µS/cm (Ref 238935)

Temperature has a direct influence on conductivity. This article looks at expected conductivity values from 5 to 50°C for Hamilton's 100,000 µS/cm liquid conductivity standard (Ref 238935).