Sensor Systems for Bioprocess Monitoring
Hamilton process sensors are well known for high quality, long life, unique features, and competitive pricing. In order to meet these rigorous requirements, we are constantly striving to find new ways to design our sensors. As a result of the extensive work by our research and development department, Hamilton is able to offer outstanding solutions for pH, dissolved oxygen, dissolved carbon dioxide, cell density, conductivity and ORP monitoring.
Should CO2 Be a Critical Process Parameter?
Download Part 1 of our Dissolved CO2 White Paper Series to learn how implementing real-time control of Carbon Dioxide can impact productivity at R&D and production scale bioreactors.
Raleigh Durham (NC), USA
Catalog - Process Analytics
Brochure - BioPharmaInnovative solutions for process analytics in biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries.
Brochure - Incyte ArcIncyte Arc sensors provide a means for directly measuring viable cell density in real-time, meeting the increasing need for PAT in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Brochure - BreweryLearn about our control and analytical solutions that are essential to the brewing process.
How do I communicate with an Arc sensor?
What is A-length and how is it measured?A-length refers to the insertion depth of the sensor. It's generally measured from the base of the PG13.5 mounting threads but can vary with certain styles of sensors.
What is the difference between pH and ORP?pH and ORP sensors look alike but have different measurement principles. pH sensors rely on a glass membrane that produces a voltage signal in relation to the hydrogen ion concentration in the liquid. The concentration of acids or bases affect this hydrogen ion concentration thus influence the pH measurement. ORP sensors measure of the overall level of oxidizing or reducing substances present in the liquid. The ORP measurement is not specific to any single ion in the liquid thus the response is based on the net presence of these chemicals.
Where can I find documentation and certificates for my sensors?Paper copies sensor information such as manuals, declarations of quality, and material certificates ship with the product. Hamilton also has several website resources to find related information. Click on the FAQ to learn more.
What type of electrical connector does my sensor have?
What type of process connection does my sensor have?There are multiple styles of process connections found on sensors. View each connection to help understand what may fit your needs.
Common Questions for Autoclave Sterilization of SensorsThis brief article examines common questions from end-users about best practices for autoclaving Hamilton sensors.
We're Ready to Help
Hamilton's sales, customer service, and technical support staff are available for questions and additional information about all products and services.Contact Us