ECD Introduces MVS10 and MVS17 Ammonium Sensors

Feb. 13, 2013
Devices are designed for a variety of water applications

Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) has introduced the MVS10 and MVS17 Ammonium pIon Sensors, which provide a stable and economical inline measurement platform that helps plants and processes operate smoothly and efficiently with low operating costs.

The MVS10 and MVS17 pIon electrode cartridges measures the activity of "free" ammonium ions in solution in concentrations from 0.1 to 14,000 ppm over a pH range of 2 to 8 pH (2 to 10.5 pH with pH compensation). The MVS10 and MVS17 sensors operate over a temperature range of 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F) and at a pressure range of 0 to 50 psig (0 to 3.5 bar).

ECD's MVS10 and MVS17 Ammonium Sensors utilize easily replaceable, long-life electrode cartridges for measurement flexibility and low operating costs. The MVS10 sensor is an insertion or immersion-style sensor for use in pipe tees or at the end of a standpipe for immersion into a tank or pond, while the MVS17 has a valve-retractable design that allows for the insertion or removal of the sensor into a pipe without interrupting the process flow. They are fully rebuildable and feature a standard 316 stainless steel body or optional titanium, grade 2 (T); Hastelloy C22 (H); or Kynar, PVDF (K) body.

Source: Electro-Chemical Devices