Processing Magazine

Ammonium Sensors

March 27, 2012

Water treatment engineers in need of a versatile and cost-effective Ammonium measurement solution will find that the new MVS10 and MVS17 Ammonium pION (Selective Ion) Sensors from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) provide a stable and economical in-line measurement platform, helping plants and processes operate smoothly and efficiently with lower operating costs. Ammonium concentration is a commonly measured parameter in environmental water, potable water and wastewater. The MVS10 and MVS17 pION electrode cartridges measures the activity of “free” Ammonium ions in solution in concentrations from 0.1 to 14,000 ppm over a pH range from 2-8 pH (2-10.5 pH with pH compensation). The MVS and MVS17 Sensors feature industry-leading temperature and pressure specifications, operating over a wide temperature range of 0 to 40 C and at a pressure range of 0-50 psig.