Sensorex Corporation Datasheets for Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) Electrodes

Oxygen reduction potential (ORP) electrodes are analytical sensors for measuring oxidation-reduction potential (ORP).
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Continuous online ORP monitoring in applications like metal finishing and chrome waste treatment wears down ORP sensors, leading to reference contamination. A differential ORP probe utilizes three electrodes instead of...
In harsh laboratory or field conditions, where heat, moisture, or corrosive chemicals may damage equipment, ORP electrode durability is key. The ORP3000 is durable inside and out. All the functional...
Moderately contaminated water, such as industrial source water or natural water resources, may contain chemicals and debris that damage ORP probe components. Continuous monitoring in these types of applications requires...
Our S420 series of ORP sensors deliver reliable online ORP (REDOX) monitoring as a direct-fit replacement for Strantrol* W2T3067 or W2T3068. Extended sensor lifetime is achieved through a large electrolyte...
Our S465 series of ORP sensors deliver reliable online ORP (REDOX) monitoring as a direct-fit replacement for Acu-Trol* 744000330 (AKORP-FB) platinum or 744000390 (AKORG-FB) gold ORP sensors. Extended sensor lifetime...
Our SD7000 differential ORP sensor offers unsurpassed ORP measurement accuracy by minimizing reference junction fouling and eliminating ground loops. The SD7000 series delivers greater reliability and less required maintenance than...
The ORP1000 is a durable and easy to use ORP sensor. Great for outdoor applications, such as monitoring swimming pool chlorine, this probe has built in protection for the ORP...
This submersible ORP electrode is ideal for tanks, flumes and sewer lines. The self-cleaning, flat-surface design makes the S651CD-ORP resistant to coating, increasing time between maintenance cycles. Protective feet guard...
When an ORP sensor is constantly measuring a wastewater treatment process, it will be exposed to chemicals, suspended solids, and other contaminants. These contaminants can cause fouling of the ORP...
When measuring ORP in samples such as wastewaster that may contain proteins, heavy metals, or other contaminants, it is important to use a REDOX sensor designed to withstand unpredictable chemical...