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Hach Digital Differential pH Sensors

The Hach digital differential pH sensors work with Hach’s Digital sc Controllers to provide highly accurate results.

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Highlights

  • Highly accurate with differential measurement technique
  • Greater reliability – less downtime and maintenance
  • Complete confidence in your data
  • Versatile body styles and mounting options
  • Replaceable salt bridge/protector extends the product’s working life
  • Works well in harsh conditions

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Detail

Hach Digital Differential pH Sensors work seamlessly with Hach’s Digital sc Controllers to provide reliable and accurate pH readings.

These sensors use a highly accurate differential measurement technique which uses three electrodes rather than two which are usually used in conventional pH sensors. This technique provides high accuracy and gives you complete confidence in your data.

A replaceable salt bridge/protector extends the working life of the sensor by protecting it from harsh process conditions.

The sensors are available in a variety of different body materials and come in four different mounting styles – convertible, insertion, immersion and sanitary.


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Want to know more?

To discuss the Hach Digital Differential pH Sensors and our other Water Quality Monitors and Sensors, please contact David our Business Development Manager (Water & Wastewater).

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