Conductivity measuring cells for the conductivity measurement of fluids, such as pure and ultra pure water. Epoxibodies and graphite electrodes feature the highest grade of robustness and long-term stability and offer the widest measuring range. The conductivity measuring cells are suited for temperature measurement and are equiped with automatic temperature compensation.
Conductivity standards, traceable to the NIST standards, for the calibration of conductivity measruring systems. Since a cell constant gets set during the calibration of a conductivity meter, a 1-point calibration is usually sufficient. Conductivity standards with low conductivity are critical and should be avoided, if possible.