Endress+Hauser Turbimax CUS50D sensor

Wednesday, 20 May, 2020 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

Endress+Hauser has introduced the Turbimax CUS50D sensor, a robust turbidity and suspended solids measurement tool for industrial applications.

The sensor is designed to withstand aggressive media in a wide range of applications such as solids measurement in industrial wastewater.

The sensor measures turbidity and suspended solids in accordance with ISO 7027, even in very dark liquids and sludges.

Measurements are based on the attenuation of light and can be achieved, for most applications, from a single-point calibration. The sensor is pre-calibrated for turbidity and absorption measurements and includes various application models.

The Teflon-derived sensor head of the Turbimax CUS50D minimises the risk of dirt accumulation. Surface contamination is removed by the sensor’s air-cleaning system to allow planning of maintenance intervals and uninterrupted turbidity measurements. The plastic version of the sensor is especially resistant to chemicals and is therefore suitable for measurements in media with a low pH value or high salt content.

Endress+Hauser has developed a solid-state reference to verify that the sensor is functioning correctly and to check the long-term stability of the device. The solid-state reference is simple to use and is designed to provide consistent, clear results for every turbidity measurement.

Online: www.au.endress.com
Phone: 1300 363 707
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