GT100-series Glass Body General Purpose Process pH Electrodes


GT100-series Glass Body General Purpose Process pH Electrodes

Parameters & Applications

Product Information

  • Maximum chemical compatibility with inert glass bodies double-junction refernce and PTFE junction
  • Detachable cables: Models for S8 and VP connectors
  • Choose single- or double-junction
  • Accurate and reliable measurements across full pH scale (0-14)
  • Instantly ready for use: Extended shelf life (guaranteed for one year)

Choosing a sensor that is well-suited for your application will improve measurement accuracy and extend sensor lifetime. Glass body sensors perform well in unpredictable chemical environments due to the inert properties of glass. PTFE junction resists clgging and coating for stable readings and minimal cleaning in most applications. The GT100 glass pH sensor is easy to use with gel reference providing slow steady electrolyte release needed for stable measurements, without frequent refilling required on liquid filled electrodes. Single junction models perform reliably in applications where there are no heavy metals, organics or sulfides present. Choose double junction model where these are present or see our GT200 series for even better preformance where chemical or temperature extremes present challenges.

Detachable cables provide flexibility in set up and simplify replacement. Order cables separately.

GT100, GT101, GT111, GT160, GT165

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  • Diameter: 12 mm
    Length: 120 mm
    Reference: Sealed
    Junction: Double Junction
    Junction Material: PTFE
    Reference Solution: KCl/AgCl (gel)
    Glass Shape: Bulb
    Body Material: Glass
    O-Ring: Viton®
    Temperature Range: -5-100 degrees C
    Pressure: 0-6 bar (87 psia)
    Impedance: <300MΩConnector: S8 or VarioPin available
    Temp Comp: None, Pt100, or Pt1000 available


Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A

VarioPin, S8

Temperature Compensation

None, Pt100, Pt1000


Single, Double

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