TBI-Bailey has introduced a sanitary Toroidal (TB404) sensor for conductivity measurements in CIP (clean-in-place), food and beverage, dairy, brewery, pharmaceutical and other sanitary applications requiring a 1.5-in. tri-clamp fitting. Toroidal conductivity measures process conductivity without having electrodes come in contact with the process solution by inducing a current into the process liquid via two wound toroids encased in a chemically resistant, non-conductive plastic material. The technology is virtually impervious to sensor fouling and corrosive liquids. Rated at a maximum of 121°C and 100 psi, the TB404`s design allows an oversized inner bore, while maintaining a small overall exterior size.
Carson City, NV