METTLER TOLEDO InPro 5500i CO₂ Sensor for Beverages
The METTLER TOLEDO InPro 5500i enhances industry-proven thermal conductivity CO2 measurement by providing increased reliability, leading to greater operational uptime.
Less Maintenance, Greater Reliability
Dissolved CO2 in-line sensor for breweries and carbonated soft drinks process control
Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) technology offers pre-calibration and Plug and Measure functions for fast, error-free measurement point start up. The Dynamic Lifetime Indicator and the Adaptive Calibration Timer enable predictive maintenance planning keeping the sensor at peak performance at all times. A choice of process connections ensures easy installation.
The InPro 5500i sensor can be combined with an M400 transmitter for a single measurement loop or with an O2 sensor using the M800 multi-channel transmitter for a complete dual O2 / CO2 loop.
Available: Canada Wide
Features and benefits:
- Improved thermal conductivity technique for greater accuracy and low drift
- Immunity to background gases means high CO2 selectivity
- High comparability with established reference methods
- Dynamic Lifetime Indicator detects when membrane replacement will be required
- Adaptive Calibration Timer predicts when calibration should be performed
- Simple maintenance with hygienic membrane cap design
- Installation with Varivent™, Tri-Clamp® and 28 mm / M42 socket process connections
- Plug and Measure for fast start-up
- Easy in-line calibration
- Membrane integrity detection for high resource availability
- No moving parts for reduced failure rate and higher operational uptime
- Automatic sensor protection in event of purge gas failure
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