Hach Solitax sc Sensors
Designed to detect turbidity and suspended solids content, this range of sensors are suitable for drinking water, surface water and sludge treatment applications.Full product information
- High quality measurements of turbidity and solids
- Helping you remain compliant, even in challenging conditions
- Simple design with automatic cleaning and calibration
- Cost effective with economical reagent consumption
- View real-time measurements online to save time
The large measuring range of turbidly and solids, makes this family of sensors suitable for drinking water, wastewater, surface water, and sludge treatment applications.
The Hach Solitax sc Sensors are designed to detect turbidity and suspended solids content. The sensors use an infrared scattered light method to provide a unique colour independent measurement of solids and sludge analysis. Only the Solitax solids probes with this patented method can satisfy the high demands of solid measurement in different colours of sludge.
These sensors have a self-cleaning wiper that prevents biological growth which could lead to incorrect measurement values.The Solitax probes have long term calibration stability as they are factory calibrated in conformity with DIN EN ISO 7027.
Each sensor is able to self-diagnose and alert you to any upcoming instrument issues. This gives you the confidence to distinguish whether changes to your measurements are due to the instrument or the water.
Online measurement saves time and provides critical real-time measurements.
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