The high temperature insertion type electrode is designed for periodic exposure to steam
sterilization or continuous
high temperature. This pH electrode is housed in a durable thermoplastic (PAS) body and is rated for
temperatures up to 135°C. The use of the double Porous PTFE liquid junctions with matched
provides a reference cell which permits extended periods of
pH measurements in the presence of sulfides or other
silver complexing agents. This electrode also incorporates pressure compensating
devices to protect the electrode
from extreme temperature induced pressure deviations.
Ten foot cable length and BNC connector are standard.
• High Temperature Environment
• Continuous Processing Applications
• Harsh Conditions
• Steam Sterilization
Specifications pH Range: 0 to 14 pH Temperature Range:
-5 to +135°C (23 to 275°F) Pressure Range: 500 psig @ 25°C Accuracy: ±0.1% over full range Impedance:
125 Mohm (standard version) Reference Cell: Double Junction, KCl/AgCl, KNO3 Reference Junction: Porous PTFE Wetted Materials: PTFE, Glass membrane, polymer outer body, EPR “O” Rings Response Time: 95% of reading in 10 seconds Drift: Less than 2 mV per week
All dollar amounts on this site are shown in Canadian currency.Note: Comes complete with electrode care instruction sheet.
For non-standard cable lengths, change the "-10" in the part number to the required length in feet, add $2 per foot to price (additional per foot cost applies to the entire length of cable.
For HF/Fluoride Resistant electrode, add suffix "-HF" to the model number, add $50 to price.
For 100O Platinum RTD Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC), add suffix "-PT100" to the model number, add $50 to price.
For 1000O Platinum RTD Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC), add suffix "-PT1K" to model number, add $50 to price.
For 3000O Balco, add suffix "-R3K" to model number, add $50 to price.
For European PG style connector, add suffix "-PG" to the model number, add $50 to price.
NOTE: PHEH-51 (1/2 MNPT) installation fitting is required for first time installation.