EMCO 4-Electrode Conductivity Sensor Series 611
The EMCO 4-Electrode Conductivity Sensor Series 611 is designed to monitor very high and very low conductivity in process solutions.
Power plants, conventional and nuclear. Pulp & Paper. Oil & Gas industry. General food and Beverage industries. And other liquid handling industries.
The EMCO 4-Electrode Conductivity Sensor Series 611 principle employs two current and two voltage electrodes.
The two current electrodes apply an alternating voltage and induce a constant current loop.
The two voltage electrodes measure a voltage drop depending on the conductivity of the fluid.
The alternation eliminates the effect of polarization. 4 electrode sensors are therefore not sensitive to contamination and have a much wider measurement range.
The electrodes are internal for use in smaller pipes and for lower conductivity ranges. Series 621 is for larger pipes and vessels
The ionic activities increase with increasing temperature. In average the conductivity changes 2%/°C. Conductivity measurements are all referred to reference temperature of 25 °C. In industrial processes the temperature often changes therefore temperature compensation is necessary. The built in temperature sensor is very accurate with a low response time.
Our many years in instrument design guarantees a roughed design, but still allows the possibility to solve customers´ special requirements. A selection of electrode and sensors element materials is available to suit the specific application.
Principle of Measurement
Electrical conductivity is the ability of a liquid to carry a current.
The conductivity is equal to the conductance of the liquid times the cell constant.
The conductance is the reciprocal of the electrical resistance of the liquid measured.
The cell constant is equal to the distance between the electrodes divided by the effective area of the electrodes.
The cell constant is equal to the distance in cm between the electrodes divided by the effective area in cm² of the electrodes.
The applicable value of the cell constant depends on the conductivity of the solution being measured.
Low conductivity requires low cell constant and high conductivity requires high cell constant
Factory determined cell constant ensures highest accuracy. The cell constant is marked on the sensor. The dedicated analyzer is programmed with this specific cell constant ensuring the highest accuracy.
Easy to install | Applicable for high temperature and pressure | Rugged design | Wide selection of materials and mounting options | Resistant to scaling.
|Measuring range||0,2 μS/cm to 1000 mS/cm|
|Material. electrodes||Stainless steel AISI 316, other materials on request|
|Material. sensor body||Stainless steel AISI 316, 22 Cr duplex, 25 Cr duplex,
Hastelloy C-276, Monel, Titanium.
Other materials on request
|Material. electrode holder||PTFE|
|Process connection||1” external thread BSP or NPT, 1” or 1¼” internal thread BSP or NPT|
|Seal ring (between sensor and process)||PTFE|
|Installation lengths||130 mm (standard), 350 to 3500 mm see coding for selection|
|Pressure||Max 30 bar-g, higher pressure on request|
|Temperature element||Pt1000 ClassA|
|Cell constant||individually determined, value is marked on sensor body|
|Uncertainty||1% per decade|
|Electrical connection||9 pin connector|
The sensors can be calibrated in one or several points documented at reference temperature of 25°C
Material certificate according to EN 10204-3.1
Pressure test certificate
With our fully equipped machine shop including welding EMCO Controls can supply mechanical parts including flow tubes, by-pass systems etc.
EMCO Controls is certified according to ISO 9001- 2008,
Pressure Equipment Directive PED Module H,
and welding quality certificate to EN 3834-2