How can turbidity sensors help optimising processes and saving cost?
In many applications in the fluid food and beverage industries, turbidity measurement is the most suitable analysis technique for differentiating liquids in the process inline. With the hygienic turbidity meters of the ITM series, processes can be monitored with high precision and controlled in real time. With two different methods of measurement, Anderson-Negele hygienic inline turbidity sensors offer the appropriate turbidity measurement principle for every degree of turbidity: from the lowest measuring range of 0…5 NTU (0…1 EBC) for slightly turbid media to the measuring range of 200…300,000 NTU for products with medium and high turbidity. Since fat particles display the same behaviour as solid particles or other turbidity substances when measuring turbidity, dairy products such as milk or cream can also be analysed very accurately. Here are only a few examples for turbidity values of different media and their alterations in varying concentration:
What are typical applications for hygienic inline turbidity sensors?
The inline analysis of media based on their turbidity values enables automated, high-precision application in many production processes and application areas. These are primarily product differentiation, phase separation, process control and quality monitoring.
ITM-51, ITM-51R Relative turbidity meter
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ITM-4 Four-beam turbidity meter
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ITM-4DW Four-beam turbidity meter
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