Utlra-Pure Water (UPW) refers to water with very low conductivity, such as Water for Injection (WFI). The UPW 2-pole conductivity sensor is fully compliant for use in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.
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Does the cell constant of my conductivity sensor change over time?
Does temperature affect conductivity measurement?Yes, temperature has a direct impact on conductivity. Increasing temperature increases the mobility of ions within a solution and results in higher conductivity measurements. Temperature compensation can be performed using empirically derived temperature coefficients, which may be different for various solutions.
Which liquid conductivity standard should I use for calibration?A conductivity standard should be chosen that most closely matches the anticipated conductivity range of the process.
What can I use to clean the conductivity sensor electrodes if fouling occurs?The metal electrodes of 2 and 4-pole sensors can be cleaned with water and mild detergents and washed with deionized water after cleaning. Care should be taken to not use cleaning agents that can impact the material of the electrodes. Click to reference the knowledgebase article on cleaning for more information.
Pure Water Conductivity Measurements
Temperature Influence on Conductivity StandardsTemperature has a direct effect on the conductivity of liquid standards. This page lists the temperature effects on all Hamilton standards in one easy to use place.
Stability and Accuracy of Conductivity StandardsQuestions often come up regarding liquid conductivity standards and how these products should be used. This knowledgebase article takes on many of these topics.
Understanding Wetted Materials (Stainless, Plastics, & Elastomers)Wetted materials such as stainless steel, plastics, and elastomers are often listed by different names and abbreviations in different parts of the world. This quick cross reference guide helps sort out the common names for wetted materials used in Hamilton sensors.
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