This cost-effective sensor supports product integrity while monitoring your process’s CIP cycle.
The Anderson-Negele ILM-4 Conductivity Meter, which is integrated into the process, can automate the phase transition with a very high degree of measuring accuracy. This avoids the loss of resources due to incorrect or delayed media changeover and saves money by avoiding personnel costs caused by visual or manual control. In many practical cases, the use of an Anderson-Negele conductivity meters has paid for itself within a very short time.
This all-in-one inductive sensor-transmitter is used for in-line measurement of process liquid conductivity.
Suitable for many applications in the food and beverage industry, the measurement of the conductivity of products and of CIP media is a strong analysis technique for the sanitary inline detection and differentiation of liquids in the process.
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