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Solitax ts-line sc Turbidity (0.001-4000 NTU) and Suspended Solids (0.001-50 g/L) immersion probe, with wiper, stainless steel

Product #: LXV423.99.00100
USD Price:
$4,539.00
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Accurate, colour-independent suspended solids and turbidity measurements

The Solitax ts-line sc turbidity and suspended solids immersion probe provides high-precision results in clear to strongly turbid liquids as well as in low and medium concentrated sludges. Turbidity measurement performance is certified to MCERTS regulation and the probe operates with a 90° measuring method according to DIN EN ISO 7027. The suspended solids measurement by a colour-independent method with an infrared duo scattered light photometer is in accordance with DIN 38414. A proven automatic wiper cleaning system allows sustained performance quality in drinking water as well as in waste water applications. The Solitax ts-line sc probe material is stainless steel and measurement data is displayed and processed with the help of a digital Hach SC200 or SC1000 controller.
Furthermore, the Solitax ts-line sc turbidity immersion probe is compatible for Prognosys which is a predictive diagnostic system that allows you to be proactive in your maintenance, by alerting you to upcoming instrument issues. Know with confidence whether changes in your measurements are due to changes in your instrument or your water.
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  • Greater accuracy, less maintenance
  • Excellent correlation to laboratory analysis
  • Fully serviceable sensors
  • Easy one-point calibration
  • Multi-channel, multi-parameter system