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Application-Specific Industrial PH Analyzer System Delivers Accuracy

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Process and plant engineers responsible for process water and wastewater treatment will find the new Application-Specific Industrial pH Analyzer System from Electro-Chemical Devices is ideal for rugged industrial process and plant environments, delivering superior accuracy, flexibility, economy and long life.

Measuring pH has never been easier or more cost effective than with ECD's intelligent plug-and-play S80 Sensors.  These versatile sensors with their economical replaceable cartridges are available in 10 different application-specific pH electrode configurations to support the most popular industrial process and plant applications in water and wastewater treatment.

ECD's 10 different pH electrode cartridges for the S80 Sensors have been developed to provide the best measurement solution to a number of common industrial applications. Users can choose from general-purpose pH electrode cartridges for water, rinse water, cooling water or wastewater. Heavy-duty pH electrode cartridges are available for high temperature cycles, slurries, abrasive fluids, sulfide resistance and fluoride resistance.

With their rugged design, ECD's S80 Sensors are suitable for the most challenging industrial environments requiring pH measurement. For example, they are suitable for oil/gas refineries or chemical plants with stack gas scrubbers on waste incinerators, in food processing operations requiring pH monitoring in non-conductive corn syrup or starch solutions. They also support electric power plant boilers requiring high purity water, or in electronics semiconductor fab plants that need pH sensors resistant to fluoride in wastewater treatment and recycling.

The S80 Sensors are available in a standard 0.75-inch diameter Insertion/Submersion configuration with threaded compression fittings. They can be inserted into typical pipe tees, flanges or attached to a stand pipe and immersed into a tank or ditch. 



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