The range includes instruments and sensors for pH, redox, dissolved oxygen, chlorine and conductivity, as well as complex multiparametric probes.
Riels® Instruments offers a wide range of electrochemical analysis instrumentation, including instruments, analog and digital sensors for pH, redox, dissolved oxygen, chlorine and conductivity, as well as complex multiparametric probes. We provide solutions for monitoring water and liquids, including monitors to display and transmit analysis values, integrated displays to manage alarms and communicate with PLCs and supervisory systems.
For conductivity, we have sensors for different applications, such as raw water, drinking water, ultra pure water, demineralization, reverse osmosis, ion exchanger and more. The probes measure conductance in millisiemens (mS) or microsiemens (µS).
pH is important for evaluating the acidity or alkalinity of liquids. Our instruments provide precise values. Redox potential (ORP) is used to evaluate the quality of liquids, and our redox sensors offer reliable measurements.
We also offer electrodes for measuring dissolved oxygen and temperature in various contexts, including surface water, drinking water and others.
For turbidity, we provide instruments for measurement in primary, industrial, wastewater and other applications.
The multiparametric probes allow the measurement of ammonia, potassium, nitrates, chlorides and temperature in pure and process water.
Amperometric sensors are suitable for measurement in swimming pools, drinking water, service water, process water, cooling and other applications.
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Monitors to display and transmit the analysis values provided by the probes of:
-pH / Redox
-Probes for dissolved oxygen
The displays allow you to manage alarms for process controls, transmit analog signals or communicate in MODBUS with PLC and supervision systems.
Conductivity sensors suitable for:
-raw water,drinking water,
-ultra pure water,
-water from air conditioning and boiler systems,
Conductivity probes measure electrical conductance in millisiemens (mS) or microsiemens (µS)
The pH value provides a measure of the acidity/alkalinity of a liquid. The Redox potential value or ORP is a measurement method for the quality of a liquid.
High Temperature Liquids | Heavy-duty industrial applications | Waters with low electrical conductivity
Liquids with high suspended solids content | Drinking water, process water, wastewater, samples containing sulfides and metals such as mercury, lead and silver.
Measurement of the turbidity of liquids in:
-primary waters upstream of the treatment plants
-industrial recirculating waters
-waste water leaving the treatment plant
-industrial waters with high turbidity levels
-waste water containing starch
-oils and fats.Drinking water plants
-Refinement systems for wastewater for agricultural or industrial reuse
-Food industry in particular in the production of drinks, wine, beer etc.
Multiparameter probes are used for the measurement of various parameters in pure and process water.
The measuring principle is based on the contact between the process liquid and the polymeric matrix sensitive membranes of the various measuring electrodes.
-Ammonia measurement (NH3)
-Potassium measurement (K)
-Nitrate measurement (NO3-)
-Chloride measurement (CL-)
-Temperature measurement (°C)
Amperometric sensors used for measuring on: swimming pools, drinking water, service water, process water and cooling water, waste water. Particularly suitable for the production of beer and drinks and in the food industry.