I could use some assistance with determining what the best sensor would be for continuous monitoring of the downstream resistivity of high purity water after a reverse osmosis module? My application is a BPE skid for process water, and needs to be sanitary (3-A) compliant.
Thanks in advance!
Continuous monitoring of conductivity (or resistivity) for high purity water can be done with Rosemount's 403 or 403VP sensor that have sanitary flanges with 16 microinch finish.
The reading can be displayed on many Rosemount instruments such as the 56:
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