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Burns Sanitary RTD and thermocouple designs offer flexibility for various installations, standard and precision accuracy, and decades of experience across the sanitary industries. All Burns Sanitary products are designed with the criteria needs to the industry in mind; ASME-BPE, 3-A; 74, SIP, CIP, and electro-polished cleanability.
Series S Sanitary Sensors - Sanitary RTD and Sanitary Thermocouple are highly accurate and reliable temperature sensors. Perfect for applications in pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical and food and beverage markets.
Series S N.E.T. Solutions - Originally custom-designed to meet the stringent needs in the biotechnology industry, Burns Engineering's unique No Exposed Thread (N.E.T.™) Series of Sanitary RTD sensors reduce the time and complexity associated with cleaning the assembly.
Sanitary Thermowells - At Burns Engineering you'll find standardized wells of threaded, flanged and socket weld types, as well as custom thermowells.
Cryogenic RTDs - Temperature measurement critical in a sub-zero environment? Burns Cryogenic RTD Freezer Probes are sealed temperature assemblies for use in cryogenic freezers and other applications.
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Beverly is designed for atline and laboratory use in small and midsize breweries as well as in the beverage industry to provide excellent reliability in a rugged design, and purpose built to handle the environmental extremes encountered in everyday brewing operations. Superior performance at an affordable price is achieved using Hamilton’s best in class optical sensor VisiFerm DO B with built-in intelligence, making Beverly the brewer’s best friend.
> Efficiency and serviceability bred from VisiFerm DO B optical sensors
> Built to endure IP 67 watertight standards
> Stamina for 50 hours of continuous operation
> Fast response time down to ppb level
> Calibration without removing the sensor
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This video shows an overview of NDC's InfraLab NIR Near Infrared Benchtop foods analyzer for the at-line measurement of moisture, fat and protein in a wide variety of foods such as snacks, biscuits, meat, flour, cheese, coffee, dairy powders and many other food stufss. Fast, accurate and easy to use, InfraLab is designed for at-line use in the production area.
The pH Reiner probe is used wherever increased demands are made on measuring accuracy, pressure, temperature, sterility and life cycle. For example, in flow fittings and reactors with high pressure, pressure pulses or for inline cleaning.
- Fermentation - Biotechnology
Construction and function
The probe carrier of the pH Reiner probes is made of steel that guarantees high mechanical resistance (e.g. to turbulent flow produced by agitators or solids). Therefore, the pH Reiner probes can be directly exposed to the product flow, thus sensing the pH immediately, directly and close to real time without a protective cage or similar devices. The steel itself is protected against corrosion and product incrustation by highly resistant, anti-adhesive PfaudlerPharma Glass (PPG).
The actual sensor consists of pH-sensitive enamel that is fused on to the lower end of the enamelled probe carrier in an annular shape. It covers the entire perimeter of the lower end of the probe.
The area of the measuring probe is a multiple of that of glass electrodes. Therefore, precision measurements of the pH can even be carried out in those media in which measurement ceased to the possible using other methods. Examples include liquids with a very low electrical conductivity.
The enamelled measuring probe is directly connected to its metal conductor. The weak point offered by internal buffers/discharge electrodes is avoided. In contrast to conventional glass electrodes, the pH enamel is in contact with the fluid on one side only. Aging of the probe or measured value drifts are therefore not possible.
The reference electrode is integrated in the probe head, separately from the measuring electrode. The electrolyte connection between the electrolyte vessel, the reference electrode and the product to be measured is made using a tube and quick-action coupling and a shrunk, aseptic ground diaphragm.
A sterile Pfaudler electrolyte (3 Mol KCl solution) is used as a standard. In the corresponding applications, infusion solutions such as a sterile saline solution, may also be used. The electrolyte is supplied in PE bottles with a septum that are placed in a stainless steel pressure vessel. The electrolyte bottles can be replaced without affecting the sterile condition of the system.
The pressure inside the electrolyte system is always kept well above the operating pressure inside the reaction chamber of the pipe. There fore, no product may leak through the diaphragm and through the electrolyte line up to the reference electrode. Contamination
of the reference electrode is entirely excluded.
Temperature compensation of the pH measurement is carried out using an integrated Pt 1000. The pH Reiner probe is installed directly in a reactor nozzle or in the main current
of a pipe. It may remain in the process zone all the time - even if the reactor is empty. The probe can be installed in any orientation and may remain dry without any limitations.
The pH Reiner probe can be sterilized inline at 134°C without losing its characteristics.
Useful life and calibration cycles
The measuring accuracy of conventional systems normally changes considerably already after a single heating and cooling cycle, making frequent recalibration necessary.
Due to its very construction, aging of the pH Reiner sensor or a measured value drift are not possible, in contrast to conventional measuring methods. Normally, it is entirely sufficient to calibrate the probes once per year directly with the product (single-point calibration).
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pH Probe Reiner in Aseptic Design
NDC has over 40 years' experience in the design and manufacture of process instruments developed specifically to meet the exacting quality requirements of the food industry.
NDC use their in-depth knowledge of the physical and chemical attributes of food products, the measurement and control requirements in the process, and the many analytical methods used in quality assurance systems to develop accurate, stable and robust measurements that can be trusted for quality and process control.
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BEVERLY is designed for at-line and laboratory use in small and midsize breweries as well as in the beverage industry to provide excellent reliability in a rugged design, and purpose built to handle the environmental extremes encountered in everyday brewing operations.
Superior performance at an affordable price is achieved using Hamilton's best in class optical sensor VisiFerm DO B with built-in intelligence, making Beverly the brewer's best friend.
The 1586A Super‑DAQ is the most accurate and flexible temperature data acquisition system on the market. It scans and records temperature, dc voltage, dc current, and resistance for up to 40 input channels and scan speeds as fast as 10 channels per second. The Super-DAQ can be configured for use as a multi-channel data logger in the factory or as a precision reference thermometer for benchtop sensor calibration in the lab.
Irish Power & Process supply a comprehensive range of field instrumentation, analytical and calibration products for measurement and control within the process industry sectors.