Conductivity

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Conductivity

Conductivity is carried out from the corresponding electrodes and amplifying and conversion electronics to the medium. The conductivity electrodes are characterised by its construction, strength to the medium (pressure, temperature, aggression, etc.) as well as for the measurement principle (2 electrodes, 4 electrodes, toroidales, etc.). The different combination of materials establishes the measurement range (specific working zone, the maximum working temperature and pressure). -Conductivty in sampling cells where a continuously sample of fluid is carried out. -Conductivity in a tank. -Measurement of conductivity in a pipe. -Probe fore portable measurement. Among the most common sensors we can highlight models SI [...]

TDS and Salinity

The TDS and salinity are calculated parameters that are obtained directly in the most complete conductivity measurement equipment.