871FT | Foxboro by Schneider Electric

871FT

Foxboro by Schneider Electric Manufacturer LogoElectrodeless and Flow Through Conductivity Sensors

The 871FT Toroidal Flow-Through Sensors are a family of in-line, non-invasive Sanitary or Industrial sensors that measure the conductivity of virtually any conductive liquid. They are offered in many common line sizes from 0.5 to 4.0 inches. A selection of construction materials to accommodate a wide range of sanitary and industrial applications is also offered.

Featured Highlights

  • Vaaler Award from Chemical Processing Magazine for industrial version; top honors from Food Processing for sanitary version.
  • Compatible with Foxboro Intelligent and Analog Transmitters and Analyzers.
  • Non-invasive modular design permits ease of installation, and removal from process line without need to open line.
  • Unique patented sensor and toroid design.
  • Sanitary sensor complies with 3A Sanitary Standard 74-02; and FDA compliant bore materials. It has a crevice-free design, interior bore surface <16 microinch finish, clean-in-place (CIP) operation, and quick-disconnect construction.
  • Industrial sensor with a wide selection of materials. Designed to significantly reduce coatings or foulings, to eliminate sidewall effects, and also to eliminate exposure of personnel to hazardous chemicals.
  • No obstruction of process flow.
  • In-line calibration negates safety issues.
  • Conforms to all Applicable European Union Directives (product marked with “CE” logo)
  • Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) compliance per PED 97/23/EC for most versions.
  • Numerous options and accessories offered.

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