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Introducing Endress+Hauser’s Memosens CCS50D Chlorine Dioxide Sensor

Chlorine dioxide is a chemical compound that appears as a red-to-yellowish-green gas at room temperature. It readily dissolves in water and is typically used as a disinfecting agent, especially in the water treatment industry. However, excessive amounts of chlorine dioxide in potable water supplies can be harmful to consumers. Therefore, compliance with water quality industry standards is of utmost importance.

Endress+Hauser’s Memosens CCS50D is a durable, low maintenance sensor specifically designed to ensure safe and efficient dosages of chlorine dioxide in almost any industrial application. Memosens technology works by converting the measured chlorine dioxide level and converting it to a digital signal which is then transferred inductively to a transmitter.

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RIA15: Now also with corrosion resistant plastic housing

Meet RIA15, the versatile loop-powered process display unit for 4…20mA or HART® 

The clear and accurate display of process values in the field is essential, especially in areas that are difficult to access.  Challenging process environments can also present challenges for display units.  The RIA15 loop-powered compact indicator offers versatile housing and mounting options to cover a variety of conditions in switch rooms, laboratories, cabinets and production areas.  The recently-released plastic housing option offers added protection against corrosion from environments that are exposed to salt water or extreme weather conditions. 

 

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Announcing Three New Additions to the Endress+Hauser Indicator Portfolio

Endress+Hauser has long been a global leader in process automation solutions. Offering the highest level of technology and service, our clients in industries ranging from chemicals and petrochemicals to water/wastewater and food and beverage count on our process solutions.

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