pH and dissolved oxygen are standard measurements of every Sartorius BIOSTAT® bioreactor | fermenter. Hamilton sensors for pH, dissolved oxygen and redox are characterized by proven quality and outstanding performance, backed by over 50 years of engineering and manufacturing expertise in innovative design.
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The EasyFerm Plus sensors are designed to withstand demanding applications in pharmaceutical and chemical industries. The pH/RX sensors enable customers to measure pH or ORP (RX) or, depending on the controller, both in parallel. It is supplied with a pre-pressurized electrolyte which prevents the diffusion of sample into the sensor. The Everef-F reference cartridge ensures that the PhermLyte reference electrolyte remains free of silver and precipitation. It withstands steam sterilization, autoclavation and CIP cleanings.
- Ceramic diaphragm is an improved barrier of the electrode
- Highly reliable measurements after steam sterilization, autoclavation and CIP cleanings
- Drift-free measurement
- Pre-pressurized reference electrolyte ensures a clog-free diaphragm
- Biostat® B-DCU II
- Biostat® B
Primary Product TypeSensors
Type of SensorpH & Redox
Vessel TypeUniVessel® Glass, 10L
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