|IN310 & IN301 Electrolytic Conductivity (E.C.) measuring cells are low-cost insertion cells in P.V.C. with carbon electrodes manufactured with constants of either k = 1.0 or k = 0.1.FL310 & FL301 measuring cells are low cost flowline cells in P.V.C. with carbon electrodes. The cell is manufactured to be easily removed from its holder for inspection and cleaning without the use of any special tools. The cells may be fitted with Automatic Temperature Compensation, if required, to suit the instrument in use. The cells are intended for solvent welding into 3/4” P.V.C. pipework, but can be supplied with 1/2” B.S.P. female fittings.
IN210 cells are manufactured from loaded epoxy resin with annular carbon electrodes, mounted into a 3/4″ B.S.P. stainless steel male threaded boss and fitted with connecting head.
D110 cells are of simple robust construction, manufactured from loaded epoxy resin with annular carbon electrodes which are mounted on P.V.C. stems. Normal mounting is by clipping the cell into two P.V.C. pipe clips. However, mounting flanges are available.
IN4-10 insertion cell with stainless steel electrodes for the control of boiler blowdown and steam condensate return. As the electrodes are in stainless steel, the measuring range is limited in comparison to our carbon cells. Automatic temperature compensation is not available on this cell.
PSE01 & PSE001 cells are manufactured with a cell constant of K= 0.1 and K= 0.01 allowing measuring ranges with AWE instruments of 0 – 20.0 µS and 0 – 2.0 µS to be achieved. Manufactured from stainless steel with P.T.F.E. insulators, mounting is by 3/4” B.S.P. male threaded boss. The cells are fitted with a weatherproof detachable plug and socket to allow for easy maintenance without having to disconnect the sensor cable.
SI311 Special four electrode cell manufactured in polypropylene and stainless for insertion by 1″ BSP thread or immersion dip when fitted with riser tube and flange. Use with C3630, C3645 or preamplifier and C7685 for ranges upto 200mS and solutions which may foul a standard cell, by coating the measuring electrodes.