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4/10/2018

Devices Offer Diagnostics for Improved pH/ORP Monitoring, Control

Originally titled 'GF Piping Devices Offer Diagnostics for Improved pH/ORP Monitoring, Control '
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GF Piping Systems will feature Signet 2751 DryLoc pH/ORP Smart Sensor Electronics at Sur/Fin 2018, designed for probe health, glass impedance and broken glass detection for improved pH/oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) monitoring and control.

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GF Piping Systems will feature Signet 2751 DryLoc pH/ORP Smart Sensor Electronics, designed for probe health, glass impedance and broken glass detection for improved pH/oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) monitoring and control. Suitable applications include water and wastewater recycling, neutralization systems, scrubbers, and effluent monitoring.

The device is available one submersible and two in-line versions. According to the company, when used with either the Signet 9900 transmitter (Gen IV), 9950 dual-channel transmitter, or Signet 0486 profibus concentrator, the 2751 virtually eliminates inaccurate pH/ORP readings by automatically monitoring electrode condition and generating an alert to potential problems before they become serious.

The company’s 9900 battery-operated, remote pH calibrator also allows the user to easily unplug an aged/dirty electrode in the process line and replace it with a clean, pre-calibrated electrode from the lab. This enables electrode inspection, cleaning and conditioning in a controlled environment rather than in the field, reducing both system downtime and employee time in the field.

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