Understanding Broadley-James’ FermProbe Redox Electrode Range

The Redox sensors are designed for the measurement of the Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) of an aqueous process medium or wastewater. The sensor is used in conjunction with a pH meter or other electroanalytical instrumentation that can be set to read millivolts. The Redox probe is a combination sensor with…

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Improving your sensor’s performance and longevity

The primary components of a Dissolved Oxygen or pH measurement loop are the sensors and the transmitters. The sensors are designed to be as robust as possible but still require regular inspection and maintenance. Some items, such as membrane cartridges, are consumables and need to be replaced on a frequent…

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Understanding the Broadley-James Dissolved Oxygen Sensors Range

Dissolved Oxygen Sensor Design Suitable for hygienic applications, the OxyProbe dissolved oxygen sensor withstands Steam in Place (SIP) and caustic Clean in Place (CIP) applications. FDA compliant o-rings on all product contact surfaces. The outer silicone layer protects the inner Teflon layer, and an added stainless steel mesh provides the…

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New pH Sensors with Solid Polymer Reference

A new range of pH sensors for harsh industrial applications has been launched by Broadley-James Corporation. Featuring the Permalyte® Solid Polymer Reference the sensors have an open junction that eliminates clogging. Ideal for difficult industrial measurements with high solids content or oxidising agents. The solid polymer reference solves the most…

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NEW 800 Series pH FermProbe Sensors

F-615 and F-815 Comparison The new F800 series of pH and Redox electrodes have many performance improvements, including but not limited to lower drift post autoclave and an improved resistance to outside electrical interference. They also have improved materials, such as USP Class VI elastomers instead of our traditional FDA…

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