Measuring cell for hydrogen peroxide with replaceable membrane caps.
The probe head of the H2O2 911 contains two membrane-covered electrodes. When hydrogen peroxide reaches the electrodes, an electrochemical reaction occurs. This reaction produces a current proportional to to the concentration of hydrogen peroxide in the sample. A sufficient flow rate (minimum 15 cm/s) is required for the measurement. We recommend to use a flow cell (available accessory). Interferences: The sample water must be free of surfactants. The sample must not contain chlorine, peracetic acid, ozone or phenol.
Easy to install
Process water (electroplating, food industry, beverage industry, pharmaceutical industry, chemical industry, dairy plants)
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