Polilyte Plus sensors have a maintenance-free design to withstand demanding industrial applications in chemical, petrochemical, process water, and wastewater treatment applications. Common reference problems such as clogging are eliminated with the two Single Pore junctions. The Polilyte sensors show good measurement accuracy in highly alkaline solutions as well as in samples with low conductivity. Additionally, the Everef-L reference cartridge ensures a long lifetime. A stabilized sensor signal and an extended sensor diagnosis thanks to the integrated Liquid Earth in the VP are further features of the Polilyte Plus.
|Measurement range||0 - 14 pH||0 - 14 pH||0 - 14 pH||0 - 14 pH|
|Process temperature||0 - 130 °C (Arc: analog 0 – 110 °C, digital 0 – 140 °C)||0 - 130 °C (Arc: analog 0 – 110 °C, digital 0 – 140 °C)||0 - 130 °C (Arc: analog 0 – 110 °C, digital 0 – 140 °C)||0 - 130 °C (Arc: analog 0 – 110 °C, digital 0 – 140 °C)|
|Pressure range||0 – 10 bar||0 – 10 bar||0 – 16 bar (Consult factory)||0 – 10 bar|
|Hygienic aspects||Autoclavable, SIP||Autoclavable, CIP, SIP||--||Autoclavable, CIP, SIP|
|Sensing element||H Glass||HB Glass||HF Glass||PHI Glass|
|Electrolyte||Polisolve Plus||Polisolve Plus||Polisolve Plus||Polisolve Plus|
|Diaphagm||Single Pore||Single Pore||Single Pore||Single Pore|
App Note - Arc DO, pH, ORP in wastewater treatment in coking plant
App Note - Intelligent Sensor in Pure Water ProductionArc sensors for conductivity, pH and ORP measurement in pure water treatment
App Note - Arc DO, pH in continuous fermentationThe Technical University of Berlin, Germany, uses Arc sensor technology in their plug flow reactor in which bacteria are cultivated.
App Note - pH in biocide formulationAcima, a subsidiary of DowDupont, uses Polilyte plus pH sensor in biocide formulation in their production plant in Buchs, Switzerland.
App Note - pH in sugar refiningPfeifer & Langen, a major German sugar manufacturer, uses Polilyte Plus pH sensors to monitor carbonatation in their plant in Jülich, Germany.
Catalog - Process Analytics
Brochure - BreweryLearn about our control and analytical solutions that are essential to the brewing process.
Manual - Process pH and ORP - TraditionalGeneral Process pH and ORP sensor manual for EasyFerm, Polilyte Plus, ChemoTrode, FermoTrode, IonoTrode, MecoTrode, Polilyte Pro, Polyplast Pro, Liq-Glass, and EasyControl products.
Manual - Process pH and ORP - ArcOperating instructions for Arc pH and ORP sensors.
Does Hamilton make pH sensors for high pressure applications?
Traditional vs. Arc vs. Memosens Sensors?Traditional sensors provide standard mV output and rely on a separate transmitter or controller to amplify the signal and convert to an actual reading. Arc sensors provide a built-in microtransmitter that can output either 4 - 20mA or Modbus RTU digital communication. Finally Memosens sensors offer a digital signal that works with all Memosens transmitters and analyzers currently on the market.
What is the expected lifetime of my pH sensor?Expected pH sensor lifetime is dependent on the application. Exposure to strong chemicals, elevated temperature, fluctuating pressure, and solid build-up can all impact the sensor life. As the sensor ages, a sluggish response may become more apparent, and will require more frequent calibrations to compensate for this change. The overall health of the Arc pH sensors can be seen using the quality indicator in ArcAir software. Click to learn more about sensor lifespan and expiration in the Knowledgebase article.
What solution should I store my pH or ORP probe in?Hamilton recommends storing pH and ORP probes wet in either Hamilton Storage Solution (Ref 238931) or in 3M KCl solution. Click to see the pH/ ORP Sensor Storage and Regeneration Knowledgebase for more information.
pH / ORP Sensor Storage and Regeneration
pH and ORP Sensor Reference DesignPre-Pressurized vs. refillable vs. polymer vs. viscous electrolyte? This article discusses basic pH reference design benefits for each product family.
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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