Conductivity monitoring in water

The conductivity of water is a property that indicates the general quality of the water. Most of the substances dissolved in water are salts. The lower the measured value, the fewer dissolved substances (primarily salts) are dissolved in the water. Conversely, a high conductivity indicates a high salt concentration. Conductivity monitoring is of particular importance in the hospital sector. The DGSV (German Society for Sterile Supply) recommends certain limit values for the conductivity of process water to ensure that medical device reprocessing processes can be carried out effectively in hospitals.