In dairy, brewery and food industries the cleaning solutions used are more conductive than the water used for flushing and final rinsing. Here conductivity can be used for chemical concentration measurement or interface detection between chemicals and water, minimising chemical waste and water usage and improving the efficiency of a process operation.
Automation of a process combined with data monitoring and acquisition produces accurate control and measurement, minimizing waste, reducing costs and improving the quality and repeatability of the process.
We offer a range of PEEK Electrodeless conductivity sensors manufactured from FDA approved materials. These sensors are resistant to the chemicals and temperatures used in clean in place (CIP) applications in dairy, brewery and food applications.
Electrodeless Conductivity sensors are also suitable for metal finishing and pre-treatment applications where contacting conductivity sensors may suffer from electrode coating and ground loops.
We also use Electrodeless conductivity technology with Redox measurement for the automatic control of chemical dosing and conductivity bleed control in cooling towers to prevent corrosion, scale and biological growth which can lead to poor efficiency and health hazards.
|Applications for LTH Electrodeless Conductivity instrumentation and sensors include:
• Metal finishing and pre-treatments
• Cooling tower bleed control
• Solution concentration
• Interface detection
• Rinse water monitoring
• Cleaning in place (CIP)
• Salinity monitoring
|Industries that use LTH Electrodeless Conductivity instrumentation and sensors in their process:
• Dairy, Brewing, Food and Beverages
• Pulp and Paper
• Heating and Ventilation
• Metal Finishing