For applications with high conductivity levels, toroidal and 4-electrode sensors are most suitable because of their high measuring ranges.
The ISC40 and SC42 large bore conductivity sensors are ideal for high conductivity applications. Suitable for any application except for the (ultra) pure water applications, the ISC40 has only one cell factor (constant) and covers nearly the entire measurement range with a range of 1-2,000,000 µS/cm.
If the ISC40 cannot be used, the SC42 large bore sensor is recommended, featuring a 4-electrode design and a range of 20.0-2,000,000 µS/cm. All sensors have a pre-calibrated cell constant and a built-in temperature element for automatic temperature compensation.
How does an Industrial Conductivity Sensor Work?
Industrial solution/ water conductivity sensors measure solutions' ability to carry an electric current and test liquid purity. The conductivity sensor probe detects ions or charged particles that carry the flow of a current, and if the solution is ultrapure with no ions, the solution will not conduct any current when voltage is introduced.
|Model Code||ISC40||SC42 Large Bore|
|Ranges||1-2,000,000 µS/cm||1-2,000,000 µS/cm||20.0-2,000,000 µS/cm|
|Temperature Element||Pt1000 or 30K Thermistor||Pt1000 or 30K Thermistor||Pt1000|
|Pressure Rating||Up to 20 bar/290 PSIG *Depending on installation*||10 bar/142 PSIG @ 20°C/36°F; 5 bar/71 PSIG @ 100°C/212°F||10 bar/142 PSIG||2 bar/28.5 PSIG|
|Maximum Temperature||-20°C/-4°F to 130°C/266°F||-20°C/-4°F to 100°C/212°F||110°C/230°F|
|Installation Connections||Flange; Tri-Clamp; Flow Thru, NPT, Retractable||Flange; Tri-Clamp; Flow Thru, NPT, Retractable||Requires FD40, FS40 or FF40 Holder|
|Materials Of Construction||PEEK||PFA (Teflon)||EPOXY; PVDF (Kynar)||PTFE (Teflon)|
|Design Style||Inductive (Toroidal or Electrodeless)||Inductive (Toroidal or Electrodeless)||4-Electrode|
There are many points in the processing of edible fats and oils that benefit from the use of analytical measurements. Inductive conductivity, contacting conductivity, gas density, and pH can be utilized to increase the quality of the end product, as well as protecting expensive processes.
- Installation Guide for the ISC40G(S)-GS Sensor with a Sanitary Fitting (508 KB)
- Contacting Conductivity sensor selection guide (1.6 MB)
- ISC40 Flange Adapters Dimensions & O-Rings (165 KB)
- ISC40 Local Immersion Adapters (153 KB)
- ISC40*-TG Installation in Local Tee (907 KB)
- ISC450 Calibration In Place (89 KB)
- ISC450 Programming Custom Curves (130 KB)
- Programming Custom Temperature Compensated Percent Concentration Curves (114 KB)
- Programming Percent Concentration Curves in ISC450 (103 KB)
- Programming Percent Concentration Curves in SC450 (100 KB)
- EU_UK Declaration of Conformity ISC40G_ISC40S 2022-10-03 (202 KB)
- Declaration of Victrex FDA PEEK (162 KB)
- FLXA21 with ISC40S RINA type approval ELE482021CS/001 (621 KB)
- EU_UK Declaration of conformity SC42 2022-10-03 (158 KB)
- ATEX ISC40 11ATEX0063X-Issue 1
- IECEx for ISC40 DEK 11.0028X-Issue 0
- CAN/CSA certificate of confirmity FM22CA0012X (309 KB)
- FM certificate of conformity FM21US0083X (328 KB)
- ATEX ISC40 11ATEX0063X Issue 2 (2.3 MB)
- IECEx for ISC40 DEK 11.0028X-Issue 1 (486 KB)
- ISC40S ATEX/ IECEx (1.3 MB)
- ISC40S FM (57 KB)
- Declaration of Compliance for Food Contact Materials (99 KB)
- EAC certificate for sensors (1.8 MB)
- 238929 - 706 µS/cm Conductivity Standard Solution (109 KB)
- 238934 - 100 µS/cm Conductivity Standard Solution (109 KB)
- 238935 - 100 mS/cm Conductivity Standard Solution (109 KB)
- 238985 - 147 µS/cm Conductivity Standard Solution (107 KB)
- 238986 - 1413 µS/cm Conductivity Standard Solution (107 KB)
- 238988 - 12880 µS/cm Conductivity Standard Solution (107 KB)
Installing the sanitary fitting on an ISC40 sensor. While we strive to provide the most safe and accurate information possible, we are not responsible for any loss or damages resulting from attempting to replicate the acts conducted in this video. Furthermore, we shall not be held liable for use or misuse of information contained in this video.
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