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coating for 316 steel for use with water
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Eoin Blacklock
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 5:50 pm    Post subject: coating for 316 steel for use with water Reply with quote

I have a problem with sensor heads (316 steel) they are been used in
drinking water, there is a coating from the water which effects the
sensitivity of the sensor, it takes 3 months for the build up of the scale.
I can clean the sensor head,to correct the problem but we need a solution,

any help appreciated
Brendan Blacklock
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 6:08 pm    Post subject: Re: coating for 316 steel for use with water Reply with quote

Eoin Blacklock schreef:

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I have a problem with sensor heads (316 steel) they are been used in
drinking water, there is a coating from the water which effects the
sensitivity of the sensor, it takes 3 months for the build up of the scale.
I can clean the sensor head,to correct the problem but we need a solution,

any help appreciated
Brendan Blacklock

We are able to coat the SS 316 with PFA or FEP and this must be
sufficient for the probe. llook for www.rhenotherm.de
Best regards,
Ernst
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