Groomed for demanding industrial high temperature processes up to +226°F (+130°C), the S80-T80 pH analyzer delivers accurate measurement from 0.00 to 14 pH. The analyzer combines rugged construction with intelligent sensing and is available in a special materials configuration, which features a two-tine polyether ether ketone (PEEK) body, multiple-junction reference and uniquely ruggedized industrial-grade pH glass.
With a semi-crystalline thermoplastic structure, PEEK polymer body materials offer reliable physical properties under high temperature exposure and chemical exposure. The long-life ECD S80 pH electrode cartridge is easily replaceable to reduce the cost of maintenance without having to replace the complete sensor.
The high temperature configuration S80 pH Sensor with PEEK body materials is also suitable for use in highly aggressive solvents, oxidizing solutions, acids and bases. Typical applications include chemical separations and solvent recovery in both the chemical process and pharmaceutical industries, along with chlorine production, flotation in mining ore mineral recovery, electroplating, glass or other material etching and more.
The sensors come in immersion or insertion package configurations that are designed with a 0.75-inch MNPT compression fitting as the process connection. This design employs a variable insertion length to accommodate installation in pipe tees, flow cells or through tank walls. The retractable configuration is designed with a 1-inch MNPT ball valve, a 1-x-0.75 inch reducer and a 0.75 inch MNPT compression fitting to provide the process connection.
The intelligent T80 Transmitter is a universal device available with single or dual channels designed for the continuous measurement of pH, ORP, pION, Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity, Conductivity or Resistivity in a general purpose industrial environment. The Model T80 transmitter digitally communicates with any ECD S80 Intelligent Sensor, automatically configuring the transmitter’s menus and display screens to the measured parameter.
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