Titanium Body pH Electrode for Plating Baths with Quick DIN Connector - HI629113

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The HI629113 is a titanium body, polymer filled, double reference junction pH electrode for plating baths with a Quick DIN connector. The flat tip sensing portion of this electrode is made with general purpose glass. The HI629113 also has a PTFE type junction along with a built-in temperature sensor and amplifier within a single probe design. This design consideration is ideal for measuring the pH in plating baths. The HI629113 is designed for use with Hanna's HI99131 pH meter.
  • Titanium Body
  • Built-In Temperature Sensor
  • Recessed, Flat Tip

Titanium pH electrode for plating baths

Hanna Instruments offers a wide variety of pH electrodes that are designed for many different applications. The type of glass used, body material, type of junction, type of reference and electrolyte used are just some of the design considerations. The HI629113 uses general purpose (GP) glass, flat tip bulb, titanium body, and PTFE junction with polymer electrolyte.

General Purpose Glass Formulation

The measurement of pH at very high temperatures is detrimental to the sensitive glass bulb and will shorten the life of it. A pH electrode with general purpose (GP) glass will have a resistance of 100 megaohms at 25°C while the resistance of LT glass is around 50 megaohms at 25°C. As the temperature of the glass decreases in the sample, the resistance of the LT glass will approach that of GP glass. If using GP glass, the resistance would increase above the optimum range, resulting in increased impedance and ultimately affecting the measurement. The HI629113 is suitable to use with samples that measure from 0 to 80°C.

Flat Tip Bulb

The recessed flat tip bulb of the HI629113 is easy to clean and prevents solids in solution from collecting on the sensor. Other tip shapes include conic for penetration and spheric for aqueous measurements.

Titanium Body

A titanium body increases immunity to electrostatic and magnetic fields. It also allows for strong corrosion resistance, even in seawater. Our titanium bodied electrodes’ outer casing also serves as a matching pin.

Matching Pin

A matching pin is a differential measurement technique used to eliminate ground loops and common mode perturbations for the measurement system. In a system without a matching pin, electrical currents in the sample can affect the reference half-cell voltage that is connected via the liquid junction with the sample. In this case, the reference electrode picks up the electromagnetic fields and the measurement of the pH is altered. The matching pin isolates these current/magnetic fields from the reference electrode. The HI629113 titanium body serves as a matching pin for safe precise pH measurements.

PTFE Junction

Porous polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a hydrophobic material that is available with different porosities. This type of junction is often used on electrodes with polymer electrolytes. Because of its chemical advantages, PTFE is widely used in industrial applications.

Quick DIN Connector

The HI629113 uses a Quick DIN connector. This type of connector is generally proprietary to the meters they are supplied with and may not be interchangeable. The HI629113 is designed for use with Hanna’s HI99131 pH meter. Other type of connectors include BNC, screw type, T-type, and 3.5mm to name a few.

Single Junction Versus Double Junction pH Electrodes

Conventional electrodes are normally single junction. As depicted by the figure above, these electrodes have only a single junction between the internal reference wire and the external solution. Under adverse conditions, such as high pressure, high temperature, highly acidic or alkaline solutions, the positive flow of the electrolyte through the junction is often reversed resulting in the ingress of sample solution into the reference compartment. If this is left unchecked, the reference electrode can become contaminated, leading to complete electrode failure. Another potential problem with single junction electrodes is the clogging of the junction due to silver chloride (AgCl) precipitation. Silver can be easily precipitate in samples that contain Tris buffer or heavy metals. When the electrolyte solution makes contact with the sample, some AgCl will precipitate on the external face of the junction. The result is drifty readings obtained from the sensor. Hanna’s double junction system, as the name implies, has two junctions, only one of which is in contact with the sample as shown in the figure. Under adverse conditions, the same tendency of sample ingress is evident. However, as the reference electrode system is separated physically from the intermediate electrolyte area, the contamination of the electrode is minimized. The likelihood of clogging of the junction is also reduced with a double junction electrode since the outer reference cell uses a fill solution that is “silver-free”. Since there is no silver present, there is no precipitate that can form to clog the junction.



Specification Name Detail
SKU HI629113
Description HI629113
Reference double, Ag/AgCl
Junction / Flow Rate PTFE
Electrolyte polymer
Max Pressure 3 bar
Range pH: 0 to 13
Recommended Operating Temperature 0 to 80°C (32 to 176°F) - GP
Tip / Shape flat
Temperature Sensor yes
Amplifier yes
Body Material titanium body working as matching pin
Cable 7-pole; 1 m (3.3’)
Recommended Use Use plating baths
Connection Quick Connect DIN*
Special Note * Recommended for use with HI99131 pH meter