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Conductivity Sensor from Mettler-Toledo Thornton


Conductivity Sensor from Mettler-Toledo Thornton
Mettler Toledo Thornton
January 28, 2009

The Boiler Conductivity sensor from Mettler-Toledo Thornton Inc., Bedford, MA, can directly measure samples up to 250 psig at 200°C. The sensor enables continuous automatic blowdown control which minimizes corrosion and scaling when compared to manual measurement and control. The sensor is used with the M300 transmitter that provides display, analog outputs, and alarm relays plus on/off and PID control capability. It can also be used with the 770MAX transmitter that accepts 4 sensor inputs in any combination of parameters including conductivity, pH, dissolved oxygen, flow, ORP, TOC, pressure, and tank level.


CONTACT INFO

CompanyMettler Toledo Thornton
Emailthornton.info@mt.com
Phone781-301-8600
Fax781-301-8701
URLhttp://www.mt.com/thornton



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