Application Note

Simultaneous Measurement Of Flow And Electrical Conductivity

Source: KROHNE, Inc.

Electrical conductivity is one of the indicators that provides information about the quality of water and wastewater. As a rule, the wastewater from an indirect discharger or a communal inlet area has a known average electrical conductivity. If the measured electrical conductivity differs greatly from the average value, there is reason to assume an unauthorized discharge. This then leads to further tests.

In this application note, explore how additional costs for analytical conductivity measurement can be eliminated.

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