The transmitter is intended for hygienic applications in which regular clean-in-place/sterilize-in-place (CIP/SIP) regimens can cause measurement devices to become unstable, and batch quality to deteriorate, including biotech, pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries. Repeated CIP/SIP cycles can cause transmitters to be unable to return to calibrated settings within a standard time interval. Over time, they can drift incrementally further out of calibration and produce inaccurate measurements, leading to rejected batches, loss of product through tank overflow, or extra processing time in filtration or separation applications. Maintenance may have to recalibrate the instruments after every batch to insure accurate measurements, increasing costs and reducing output. This transmitter stabilizes quickly after cleaning cycles, returning to its calibrated settings and allowing manufacturers to produce repeatable batches faster and maintains measurement stability for up to five years, enabling repeatable batch quality and high yields.
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Emerson Process Management (Rosemount)