Mettler-Toledo Ingold enhanced InPro 7250 conductivity sensor is for aggressive applications

Mettler-Toledo Ingold, Bedford, MA, says it has built upon its years of experience with the InPro 7200 inductive (electrodeless) sensor to develop a conductivity sensor designed for aggressive applications requiring high accuracy and reliability with low maintenance. Industrial applications are found in the pulp and paper, chemical and similar markets.

Features that make the InPro 7250 ideal for challenging industrial conductivity measurements and chemical concentration control in harsh environments include:

PEEK body material highly chemical resistant;

Inductive sensor technology not affected by coatings;

Faster temperature response assures accurate readings in dynamic installations;

Higher pressure rating up to 290 psig expands application opportunities;

Larger dynamic range offers linear response over six decades down to 1 Ás/cm.

Mettler-Toledo Ingold,

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