Turbidity Sensors

In bioprocess operations, the turbidity of the liquid after a filter can be measured as an indication of filter performance. It can also be used to measure unclarified material directly from a bioreactor or fermentor.

The measurement may indicate undesired components are “breaking through” the filter meaning the filter is losing its capacity. The turbidity measurement at 880nm can be used in conjunction with pressure measurements in constant flow filtration processes to give an overall measurement of filter performance. To make an online turbidity measurement, use a device such as the Turbidity Flow Cell versus taking a discrete sample and measuring offline.

Technical sheet Turbidity Sensors

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Description

Typical applications

  • Filtration
  • Clarification

Features and benefits

  • Several path lengths available for different turbidity ranges
  • Unobstructed flow path & no dead legs
  • Qualified for use to 75 psi (5 bar)
  • Compatible with gamma irradiation & autoclavable
  • All polymeric materials meet USP Class VI
  • Each sensor is 100% tested for quality during manufacturing, including leak test
  • Manufactured in a clean room in an FDA registered, ISO 13485 facility
  • Caustic and chemical resistant polysulfone
  • Lot Certificate of Quality included with each sensor
  • Wide variety of stainless steel option available