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Pulsating sensor based conductivity meter developed by ICGAR, Kalpakkam

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Pulsating sensor based conductivity meter is a high performance instrument developed at Electronics & Instrumentation Group, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam. This device is suitable for real-time monitoring of electrical conductivity of aqueous solutions in plants and field applications apart from its usage in chemical laboratories for analysis and quality control. Performance of this device has been validated with many applications in IGCAR and found to be robust even in demanding environments.

This technology was transferred by IGCAR to M/s Serve XL Enterprises, Bengaluru on 29 April, 2021. In an online meeting with the firm arranged by Incubation Centre-IGCAR, Dr. Arun Kumar Bhaduri, Director, IGCAR handed over the non-exclusive technology license agreement and the technology documents to Mr. Vikram Padaki, Proprietor of M/s Serve XL Enterprises. The meeting was attended by Dr. B. Venkatraman, Director SQRMG (IGCAR), Shri. S. Raghupathy, Director EIG (IGCAR), Dr. N. Subramanian, Head, Incubation Centre-IGCAR, Shri G. Prabhakara Rao, Head, SISD (IGCAR) and other senior colleagues. Shri Vikram Padaki and his colleagues from M/s Serve XL were the other participants.

Incubation Centre-IGCAR has been set up recently by DAE. For more information on spin-off technologies from IGCAR available for transfer/incubation, the Incubation Centre can be contacted through email “incubation@igcar.gov.in”, according to a press release issued by Smt. Jalaja Madan Mohan, Head TCPAS, RESD, HSEG, SQRMG, IGCAR, 26,Haddows Road, Shastri Bhavan, Chennai 600006.

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