Digital ISE combination sensor for ammonium and nitrate

IQ sensors for the determination of the nitrogen parameters ammonium, nitrate.
Ion selective for the in-situ measurement of the nitrogen parameters NH4, NO3 with the IQ Sensor Net system 
Ion selective measurement of ammonium and nitrate free of reagents with automatic compensation of potassium/chloride .

Ammonium and nitrate measurement directly in the process
Simultaneous compensation of potassium, chloride
No sampling, reagent-free
Calibration free, long-term stability

These especially stable electrodes ensure long operation times and a simple cleaning method. 
To measure, simply install the respective electrode into the IQ Sensor Net, 
everything else will take place automatically. In the measured value display, 
the values that have already been compensated, are displayed, 
you can select potassium or chloride output. 

These values also stand for the signal output per 0/4-20 mA output 
or digital output (Profibus, Modbus RTU, Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP) is directly available.

New: Measurement of media with high ammonium load

When thickening or dehydrating wastewater treatment sludge, 
the so-called centrate water is generated. 

This water has an especially high amonium content. 
The centrate water is not drained but rerouted into the wastewater circuit of the system 
or directly broken down into elementary nitrogen (deammonification). 

In both cases, the determination of the NH4 freight is very important for an optimal process run. 
High NH4 concentrations of up to 2000 mg/l can now be determined directly in the medium , in centrate water as well as in process waters!