Product Focus – Anderson-Negele’s Turbidity Sensors ITM-4DW
What are Anderson-Negele’s Turbidity Sensors used for?
- Turbidity measurement in the range of 0…5000 NTU or 0…1250 EBC
- Suitable for process and drinking water applications
Some Application Examples?
- Fresh water monitoring in the beverage industry
- Water/wastewater monitoring, e.g. in dairies
- Coolant circuit monitoring
Hygienic Design / Process Connection
- CIP/SIP cleaning up to 130 °C
- Stainless steel housing, optical block of PPSU, optics of sapphire glass (FDA compliant)
- Process connections: Milk pipe DIN 11851, Tri-Clamp, DIN flange
Features & Advantages of Anderson-Negele’s Turbidity Sensors
- Soiling of the optics is compensated
- Compact device; separate evaluation unit not required
- Units switchable between NTU and EBC (11 ranges each)
- 4 freely selectable measurement ranges, externally switchable
- Smallest measurement range 0…5 NTU or 0…1 EBC
- Largest measurement range 0…5000 NTU or 0…1250 EBC
- Smallest pipe diameter DN25
- Color-independent measurement (wavelength 860 nm)
- Switching output and analog output
Designed for process and drinking water applications
The new turbidity meter ITM-4DW is especially designed for process- and drinking water applications. Therefore Anderson-Negele changed the plastic components and are now using PPSU (Polyphenylensulfon).
Metrologically, the ITM-4DW is identical with the ITM-4.
The combination of transmitted light measurement and 90°- reflected light measurement allows the detection of low (fresh water) to mid (waste water) turbidities. Due to these facts, combining the two techniques, the ITM-4DW has the benefits that pollution of the optics will be almost ignored.
The ITM-4DW is not suitable for food contacting usage. For the use in drinking water applications a declaration of conformity for PPSU is available.
Contact Morton Controls to enquire about Anderson-Negele’s Turbidity Sensors.