October 2007

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Sensors for chemical industry applications InPro 4260 pH probes are said to integrate a patented polymer composition, XEROLYT EXTRA, with an open junction reference system to ensure the performance an..

Sensors for chemical industry applications InPro 4260 pH probes are said to integrate a patented polymer composition, XEROLYT EXTRA, with an open junction reference system to ensure the performance and sensor life required for challenging applications. Combining accuracy with longevity even under the most demanding situations, the probes are reported to be a valuable choice in the field for improved process control and reduced maintenance costs. The probe's open junction system solves the problem of diaphragm fouling often found in applications where sticky media, solutions with high-particle content, or sulfide-bearing solutions are present. Mettler-Toledo Ingold 

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