Electrical resistivity (also known as specific electrical resistance) is a measure indicating how strongly a material opposes the flow of electric current. A low resistivity indicates a material that readily allows the movement of electrons. The SI unit for electrical resistivity is the ohm metre.
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Resistivity can be measured in the laboratory using a bench Resistivity Meter, or in plant and process applications an online Resistivity controller would be used.
Our CyberScan multi-function Analytical Laboratory instruments offer the user the ability to measure a range of different parameters. You can choose from our competitively priced CyberScan PC510 giving you the option to measure pH, Conductivity, TDS & Temperature through to our top of the range CyberScan PCD5000 offering pH, mV, Ion, DO, BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand), Conductivity, Salinity, TDS, Resistivity & Temperature all from the same instrument!
Our Alpha RES1000 Resistivity Controller is ideal for pure, ultrapure, and reagent grade water and batches of incoming process water. The meter can be customised by the user through it's advanced setup menu offering flexibility in matching the controller's functions to suit individual's specific requirements. The user has the ability to measure two Selectable Resistivity Measurement Ranges in one controller via its IP54 front panel.
At R.M.S Ltd we can supply replacement Resistivity Cells for both Industrial and Laboratory applications that are compatible with all modern instruments. All of our electrochemical sensors can be supplied with or with out temperature compensation. All we need is the make and model of your Resistivity meter so that we can determine the correct connector etc - please email, phone or fax us with your requirements and one of our team will contact you.