The CLS52 conductivity sensors are intended specifically for use in the food industry.
They are injection-molded and made from high-resistance PEEK, thereby meeting
the strict hygienic requirements of the food industry.
- Concentration control in the remaking of acids and alkalis
- Phase separation of product/water and product/product mixtures in pipe systems
- Monitoring and control of bottle cleaning systems
- Product monitoring in breweries, dairies and the beverage industry
- Control and monitoring of CIP systems
- Use with Liquiline CM42 and Liquisys CLM223/253 transmitters; part of the Smartec CLD132 measuring system
- Insensitive to electrode contamination and polarization thanks to inductive measuring principle
- Food-safe and hygienic thanks to design without joints or crevices
- Hydrodynamic sensor design for low flow resistance
- Maintenance-free due to non-contact measurement
- Very short temperature response time (t 90 <5s)
- Easy installation directly in-line using standardized process connections common in the food industry
An oscillator (1) generates an alternating magnetic field in the primary coil (5), which induces a
current flow (4) in the medium. The strength of the current depends on the conductivity and thus on
the ion concentration in the medium. The current flow in the medium, in turn, generates a magnetic
field in the secondary coil (3). The resulting induced current is measured by the receiver (2) and used
to determine the conductivity.