Inductive conductivity sensors are ideal for applications with high potential for fouling. The toroidal shape is resistant to coatings and other contaminants that would reduce the effectiveness of traditional conductivity sensors. Inductive sensors are also a great choice for highly corrosive applications, such as CIP skids, due to the non-corrosive PEEK body.

Conducell I - conductivity probe

Conducell I

Conducell I is designed for hygienic applications in pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and biotechnology industries. FDA certification and several process connections make this sensor suitable across these industries.


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