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ITM-51 Turbidity Sensor

The ITM-51 is Anderson-Negele’s New high range turbidity meter for applications in Food, Beverage and Dairy applications.
Now available with IO-Link capability.

Food & Beverage
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ITM-4 Four-Beam Turbidity Sensor

The Anderson-Negele ITM-4 multiple beam technology offers high savings potential for in-line turbidity measurement in Food, Beverage and Dairy applications.

Dairy
Food & Beverage
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ITM-4 DW Four-Beam Turbidity Sensor

The ITM-4 DW offers high savings potential for in-line turbidity measurement in Water and Non-food liquids processing applications

Turbidity, a measure of suspended solids in liquids, provides a measure of water quality. As concerns about the impact of industries on the environment grow, Anderson-Negele now offers a line of turbidity sensors to reduce waste and improve product yield. With the use of LED light sources, our turbidity sensors determine the level of particulate matter in water or other fluids while extended lamp life. Our sensors are designed and produced in-house and are suitable for inline turbidity measurement. Our four-beam turbidity meter is specifically designed to meet the requirements of the fluid food and beverage industries. Sanitary by design, Anderson-Negele turbidity meters meet the highest expectations of accuracy, durability, and cleanability.

For high turbidity applications typically found in dairy processing, the ITM-51 Turbidity Meter proves to be a cost effective insertion sensor for optimizing final flush, product changeover, phase transition and CIP pre rinse control.

When low turbidity measurement is needed, the

provides the needed resolution for (COW) water reuse, chill media monitoring and other high purity applications.

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