No Glass, No Silver (Ag-less)
Concerns over breakage and contamination force many sensitive applications into a grab-sample-analyze process. By eliminating glass and silver from the pH sensing process, you can now incorporate pH sensing in-line, dramatically improving process control.
Small, Lightweight, Passive Sensing
With the advent of the Internet-of-Things (IoT), the infrastructure now exists for remote monitoring. Small, lightweight sensors can be deployed in a variety of remote environments. Passive sensing minimizes power requirements, extending battery life.
Innovative Polymer Design
Many liquids contain aggressive chemicals, strong reduction-oxidation (RedOx) couples, and heavy solids clog and contaminate traditional glass bulb electrodes. Novel polymer design can effectively block these substances so that they don’t degrade the quality of the pH measurement.
Eliminating silver and glass, and dramatically reducing the size of sensing electrodes, pH measurements can now be made in a host of applications that were not previously practical or cost-effective.
pH is one of the most critical measures of food quality. Our glass-free, continuous operation electrodes improve process control by eliminating delays associated with the grab-sample-analyze method.
& Clinical Analysis
Single point calibration, dry storage, and easy sterilization can reduce the turn-around time for numerous lab and clinical analyzes.
Regulation of pH is essential for living organisms. Rugged, small, and low power sensors provide the ability to remotely monitor environmental conditions ranging from soil to water treatment.
Detecting pH with extremely small specimen samples can enable dramatic improvements in point of care and diagnostic analysis.