Most sensors cannot be fitted into a process just like that. You need a specific process connection for it.
Sensors can be mounted in a horizontal or vertical process line or on the wall of a tank. For smaller pipes or bypasses, a flow-through cell is the most appropriate process connection. Finally, it’s possible to mount the sensors in open tanks or a basin. To do this, choose a submersible probe of the appropriate length.
InFit 761 / 764
The most commonly used systems to install pH, oxygen, conductivity, CO2 and turbidity sensors in pipes and reactors. You can choose between various materials such as stainless steel, Hasteloy, Titanium, PP, PVDF, etc.
InFlow 751 / 761 /762
Flow-through fittings in stainless steel, PVC, PVDF for pipes up to DN50. Easy assembly with possibility to build in sensors with InFit 761/764 (see above)
InFit 550 / 762 / 763
For installation along the lid of a reactor (which may or may not be overpressurised) or in open basins, tanks, pits or gutters. Various materials, from PVC through stainless steel to Hasteloy, are available.
- Process connections
- 25mm InGold coupling
- Flange (DIN and ANSI)
- Various materials
- Hygienic versions for food, biotech and pharmaceuticals