Turbimax CUS50D measures turbidity and total suspended solids for industrial wastewater and processes
Turbidity, solids content and concentration are measured to monitor industrial processes, utilities and industrial wastewater. The requirements for the material and measuring principle of a sensor are sometimes very demanding: the sensor must be resistant to high temperatures and provide reliable measured values even in highly absorptive or aggressive media.
Reliable process monitoring
Turbimax CUS50D is suitable for absorption and turbidity measurements in accordance with ISO 7027. Neither saltwater nor aggressive media can damage it thanks to its robust design. This means it can be used in a wide range of applications, such as turbidity measurement in the chemical industry, concentration measurement of hot process water in the food industry, and solids measurement in industrial wastewater.
The materials used in the Turbimax CUS50D guarantee durable measurement. The entire sensor head consists of the dirt-repelling Teflon derivative PCTFE. Traces of dirt are immediately removed by the sensor’s air purification system. In the plastic version, the sensor shaft consists of PPS, a material that is highly resistant to chemicals. This makes Turbimax CUS50D suitable for use even in corrosive media.
Memosens technology enables true plug-and-play thanks to automatic sensor detection in the transmitter. Turbimax CUS50D is also pre-calibrated for turbidity and absorption measurements. Saved models are available for measurement in kaolin and sludge, and a general model of the sensor is also available for measuring the solids content in any sludge and liquid. This makes single-point calibration possible for most applications – and ensures that putting the sensor into operation is easy and fast.
Where can I use Turbimax CUS50D?
Industrial wastewater and utilities:
• Measurement of the solids content in process and wastewater sludge
• Flocculent dosing
• Concentration measurement of milk products in wastewater
Highly absorptive media:
• Concentration measurement in very dark media, e.g. activated carbon concentration in the fourth cleaning step of sewage treatment plants