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Conductivity Meter Uses

Measuring conductivity is essential in many industries and applications such as assessing water quality in aquatic ecosystems, salt concentrations in drinking water, or checking corrosion in heat exchangers.  Electrical Conductivity or (EC) measures the ability of a material to transmit an electrical current over a certain distance, usually measured in Siemens (S) per distance.  When …

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How Do CO2 Scrubbers Work?

A CO2 scrubber is essential for removing CO2 from the air. Air polluted with CO2 is pumped into the scrubber, which reaches an ion exchange resin that isolates the CO2 molecule from other gases. The polluted air is then cleaned and pumped out of the CO2 scrubber, which then must either be discarded or reused. …

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Proper CO2 Sensor Location – Where To Mount Your NDIR Sensor

Where to permanently mount your non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensor depends on why and where you are monitoring CO2 levels indoors, however, for best results they are usually placed 4-6 feet from the floor, also known as the “breathing zone”. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an inert gas, formed from respiration, combustion, and organic decomposition. As it …

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How Do Conductivity Meters Work?

A conductivity meter is an essential measuring tool for a range of applications and industries. When the probe (attached to the conductivity meter) is inserted into the solution, an electrical current flows between the electrons inside the probe which reads the electrical current, providing a conductance value.  Electrical Conductivity or (EC) measures the ability of …

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Does Temperature Affect Conductivity?

Temperature affects the conductivity of solutions and metals, because of the effect it has on the viscosity of solutions and the nature of ions. When temperature changes, so does conductivity; conductivity invariability increases when temperature increases. Electrical conductivity (EC) measures the ability of a material to transmit an electrical current over a certain distance, commonly …

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