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Insertion / submersion / hot-tap, stainless steel electrodes
TB26

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Overview

The TB26 conductivity cell is easily installed into process lines and vessels via the integral 3/4 in. NPT threads, submersed directly into lines and vessels via the 1/2 in. NPT backthreads, or inserted into a process line or vessel through a ball valve. A ball valve provides isolation between the sensor and the process, enabling sensor insertion and removal while the line or vessel is full. This is accomplished by using a 11/2 in. standard ball valve. A compression fitting with flushing ports enables the operator to wash away any leftover process fluid after removing the sensor. The flushing ports also provide a quick and easy place to take a grab sample for calibration. Variable sensor lengths are available for all Model TB26 sensor styles. The hot-tap sensor can be used with the compression fitting and without the ball valve to provide even greater installation flexibility.

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  • Easy installation, available in hot-tap or in-line / submersible configurations
  • Measurement ranges from 0 to 1.999 µS/cm and 0 to 19.99 mS/cm
  • Corrosion resistant 316 stainless steel measurement electrodes
  • Pt100 or Pt1000 integral temperature compensation elements
  • Anti-blowout lip on hot-tap versions is machined into sensor body
  • Interchangeable and replaceable sensor tips
  • Maximum temperature 200 °C (392 °F)
  • Maximum pressure 1551 kPa (255 psi)

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