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JUMO tecLine Ci - Hygienic inductive conductivity and temperature sensor 202941

The sensor detects the electrolytic conductivity of a process liquid
Part Number: tecLine Ci
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Description

The sensor detects the electrolytic conductivity of a process liquid. The sensor uses the inductive principle of measurement. An integrated, fast-response (Pt1000) temperature probe detects the process temperature at the same time. The overall construction of the sensor conforms to EHEDG standards. The joint and gap-free design and the high quality of the finish meet the highest standards for hygienic processes. The quality of the PEEK (polyetheretherketone) body material is approved for food use. Some versions can be supplied with an EHEDG certificate. A wide range of process connections are available to ensure flexibility in systems and to provide spare equipment for older instruments The sensor is primarily designed for use in food and beverage installations. If the body material is suitable, however, it can also be used in other industries. Customized variants (OEM versions) are available on request. Because it measures inductively, the sensor is practically maintenance-free, compared with the conductive method; deposits and grease or oil film on the surface of the sensor have virtually no effect on measuring accuracy. The JUMO tecLine Ci sensor is designed for connection to the JUMO AQUIS 500 Ci transmitter, as per data sheet 20.2566.

Features

  • EHEDG-compliant sensor design enhances hygiene safety
  • Materials are FDA/food-use approved
  • Versatile process connection variants
  • A fast-response, internal temperature sensor
  • Constructed without seals (parts coming into contact with the medium)
  • Combinable with JUMO AQUIS 500 Ci

 

Applications

  • Dairies, breweries, soft drink production/bottling, mineral springs, drinking water
  • Production of liquid foods
  • CIP/SIP systems, other rinsing and cleaning processes
  • Concentration measurement
  • (adding concentrate) of acids, lyes and cleaning chemicals

 

Description

The sensor detects the electrolytic conductivity of a process liquid. The sensor uses the inductive principle of measurement. An integrated, fast-response (Pt1000) temperature probe detects the process temperature at the same time. The overall construction of the sensor conforms to EHEDG standards. The joint and gap-free design and the high quality of the finish meet the highest standards for hygienic processes. The quality of the PEEK (polyetheretherketone) body material is approved for food use. Some versions can be supplied with an EHEDG certificate. A wide range of process connections are available to ensure flexibility in systems and to provide spare equipment for older instruments The sensor is primarily designed for use in food and beverage installations. If the body material is suitable, however, it can also be used in other industries. Customized variants (OEM versions) are available on request. Because it measures inductively, the sensor is practically maintenance-free, compared with the conductive method; deposits and grease or oil film on the surface of the sensor have virtually no effect on measuring accuracy. The JUMO tecLine Ci sensor is designed for connection to the JUMO AQUIS 500 Ci transmitter, as per data sheet 20.2566.

Features

  • EHEDG-compliant sensor design enhances hygiene safety
  • Materials are FDA/food-use approved
  • Versatile process connection variants
  • A fast-response, internal temperature sensor
  • Constructed without seals (parts coming into contact with the medium)
  • Combinable with JUMO AQUIS 500 Ci

 

Applications

  • Dairies, breweries, soft drink production/bottling, mineral springs, drinking water
  • Production of liquid foods
  • CIP/SIP systems, other rinsing and cleaning processes
  • Concentration measurement
  • (adding concentrate) of acids, lyes and cleaning chemicals

 

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