Sensorex’s CS675 and CS676 Stainless Steel Conductivity Sensors are designed for monitoring of impurities in boiler water, reducing blow-down maintenance cycles and lowering boiler operating, repair and energy costs in industrial process plants and electric power generation systems. The sensors feature bodies and pins constructed of 316-stainless steel and are built to withstand rugged operating conditions up to 200 C and 250 PSIG. The sensors feature a thermally resistant PEEK insert and high-temperature ethylene propylene o-rings. Models may be ordered with or without automatic temperature compensation depending upon application requirements. The boiler conductivity sensors use 3/4-inch male NPT threads. The CS675 sensor family can be used in 3/4-inch FNPT tees or crosses while the longer CS676 sensors are designed for use in 1-inch FNPT tees and crosses with use of a 3/4-inch reducer to complete the installation. All boiler probes are supplied with 6-inch Teflon coated leads for junction box connection and extension and offer a standard cell K value of 1.0, with special K values of 0.1 and 10.0 also available. Longer cable lengths can be specified at additional cost.