The only ammonium (NH4+) measurement system that can measure up to saturated ammonium levels, operating continuously at up to 50⁰C.
Industrial ammonium analyser system includes:
The Turtle Tough Ammonium ion selective electrode is designed for valve retractable and sanitary use with double o-ring seals and 3/4" MNPT back end thread. It is the ONLY Ammonium (NH4) ion selective sensor that can be used in heavy industrial processes and wastewater treatment systems, providing measurements up to saturated levels and can operateammonium-ise continuously at temperatures up to 60°C.
Turtle Tough provides an unrivalled and proven solution for Ammonium measurement. The ISE sensor is capable of measuring from 0.090 to 18,000 ppm (5X10-6 to 1.0 Molar) and its lowest limit of detection is 0.004 ppm (5X10-7 Molar). It will operate over a broad pH range from 2.5 to 11.
For applications where the pH is above 8.0, a pH sensor is added to the analyser to provide compensation of both pH and temperature. The sum of the measured unbound ammonium ions and dissolved ammonia gas formed must be computed as a function of both real-time continuous pH & temperature parameters.
Our valve retractable sensor is uniquely designed to interface with both our hot-tap insertion valve retractable assembly or our sanitary fitting.
Our hot-tap assemblies are a common feature in industries where direct access to the process is required inline or in-tank without interruption to service.
Before proceeding further, it is recommended to review the following technical documents that describe the general provisions for online ion selective measurements.
To review go to turtletoughsensors.com/guide-to-ise/
The TT-GP-NH4 interfaces with the TT-MA ISE Modular Analyser. The unique modular design enables you to create a fully functional, multi-parameter analyser with any combination of different TT-MA analytical modules.
The TT-MA Analyser modules have the following features:
The challenge A large gold mine situated in the Philippines needed to monitor cyanide levels at below 0.2ppm. They were using an expensive automated WAD analyser that was incapable of reliably measuring below 3ppm.