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Conductivity/Temperature Sensor
Conductivity/Temperature Sensor

Integrating a fast-response Pt1000 temperature sensor, the tecLine Ci type 202941 conductivity sensor from JUMO conforms to EHEDG guidelines, and meets the highest standards of hygiene. It is made from natural PEEK, a special polymer that is used in medical technology. The sensor is available with the usual process connections such as DN40/50 milk cone, clamp, VARIVENT, SMS, and so on. Using the practically maintenance free inductive measurement method, it can make measurements up to 2.000mS/cm in heavily contaminated sample media or that tend to adhere.

Posted on November 14, 2011 - (230 views)
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JUMO GmbH & Co. KG
Moritz-Juchheim-Strasse 1
36035 Fulda - Germany
+49-661-60030
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