A break you can't afford: new pH sensor eliminates risks of glass breakage
 
THE RISK of glass breakage during pH measurement using conventional sensors, and its ensuing consequences, is a particularly
sensitive issue for the food industry. An enamel electrode, with its robustness, could represent an interesting alternative, but it
remains a very costly solution. It cannot be adapted to traditional sensor
supports due to its large diameter.
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resistance to temperature shocks is also problematic.
A solution to this problem has arrived from Endress+Hauser, which
specialises in high precision
measurement systems and automation. The TopHit H CPS401 electrode (right) offers at least a r
pH
measurement sensor that is free of glass breakage risks.
 
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