Custom Sensors & Technology; Measuring And Monitoring Turbidity Through Photometric Analyzers

Article by Timmy Vic

As a mean to efficiently monitor the turbidity in a variety of process streams, Custom Sensors & Technology has developed a reliable low-cost Photometric Analyzer [http://www.customsensors.com/] and sample interface. Photometric Analyzers from Custom Sensors & Technology are fiber optic-based and operate over the UV-VIS and NIR regions of the spectrum, which makes them one of the most respected analyzers available on the market. Custom Sensors & Technology’s Photometric Analyzers ensure that you and your team can work in great confidence as your effort are supported by great state of the art technology, resulting in reliable performance and results.

Custom Sensors & Technology’s has applied the Photometric Analyzers in order to monitor and measure turbidity in process streams. Turbidity is defined to be the relative cloudiness or muddiness of a process stream. It can be a disruptive or desirous component to certain process streams and that is why Custom Sensors & Technology has released reliable and highly performing technology to assist plant managers, operators and technicians in measuring and monitoring the turbidity. Monitoring the turbidity with Photometric Analyzers can help reduce plant upsets, shutdowns and loss of products. Turbidity measurements are useful in polymer feed, cell density, refineries, column packing material, bio mass, water in fuel, filter efficiency and suspended solids.

As mentioned above, Custom Sensors & Technology’s Photometric Analyzers are fiber optic-based and operate over the UV-VIS and NIR regions of the spectrum. This allows to measure the difference in radiant energy absorbed by a certain sample and to compare it to reference detectors, which will then enable the possibility of assessing the thousands of industrial compounds absorbing over this wavelength. CST’s analyzers are also outfitted with the only patented stable beam technology currently available on the market, which makes for a better performance and more reliable equipment. The low cost Photometric Analyzers from Custom Sensors & Technology produces a 4-20mA signal, which is proportional to the amount of turbidity in the process streams. Those analyzers are also available in either a logarithmic or linear mode of operation.

Custom Sensors & Technology’s latest Photometric Analyzers models are the 55T series, which includes the acclaimed 55TL Turbidity Transmitter, an invaluable tool for sample interfacing and photometric transmission, again used for turbidity control and measurement. The 55T series are providing an exceptional solution for the monitoring and control of turbidity and are offered at the most competitive price in the industry, which places Custom Sensors & Technology as a leading provider of Photometric Analyzers.

With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, Custom Sensors & Technology provides reliable and performing solutions to implement the great efforts of plant managers, operators and technicians. Other solutions offered by CST besides their renowned Photometric Analyzers include process control instruments, flow cells, fiber optic probes, sample handle systems, oxygen transmitters and more.

For more information on Custom Sensors & Technology or to learn more about their 55T model series of Photometric Analyzers, please visit customsensors.

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Custom Sensors & Technology develops, manufactures, sells and maintains process control instruments and industrial environmental monitoring equipment. They develop products like fluorescence sensors, oil in water monitors and photometric analyzers. For more information please visit www.CustomSensors.com.

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Custom Sensors & Technology develops, manufactures, sells and maintains process control instruments and industrial environmental monitoring equipment. They develop products like fluorescence sensors, oil in water monitors and photometric analyzers. For more information please visit www.CustomSensors.com.













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