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Keep up to date with the latest news from Process Instruments – your specialist supplier of analysers and controllers for water and related industries.

Process Instruments turns 20!

十一月 14th, 2018|0 Comments

Pi's 20th Anniversary Welcome Drinks In November 2018, Pi celebrated its 20th anniversary with a party for employees, shareholders, [...]

Water 4.0 and Industry 4.0 Controllers available from Pi

十月 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

Water 4.0 and Industry 4.0 CRIUS® Controller from Pi Pi’s CRIUS® Controller is perfectly set up for Industry 4.0, [...]

Free chlorine sensors from Pi now need even less maintenance!

八月 14th, 2018|0 Comments

Free Chlorine Sensor from Pi Pi’s HaloSense free chlorine sensor has recently been redesigned with two improvements, a new [...]

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Pi Featured Products

Our most popular analysers and controllers for water and related industries

Chlorine Analyser

HaloSense

The HaloSense range is suitable for the measurement and control of total or free residual chlorine in drinking water, salt water, process water, swimming pools, waste water, food washing, paper and pulp, etc.

Turbidity Meter

TurbSense®

The TurbSense® range from Pi determine true online turbidity and/or suspended solids in water, using a nephelometric measurement of scattered light in accordance with ISO 7027.

Dissolved Oxygen Analyser

OxySense

The OxySense range of online DO meters utilise the very latest and best optical DO sensor available in the world today.

Conductivity Meter

ConductiSense

Pi’s ConductiSense range of online conductivity meters utilise the very latest and best conductivity sensors available in the world today for measuring the online conductivity of any aqueous solution.

Automatic Cleaning System

Automatic Sensor Cleaning System

Process Instruments were approached in 2008 by a customer who was having to change their pH sensor every week at massive cost due to the fouling of the sensor. In response Pi developed the Autoflush.