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Low PPM Electrochemical Oxygen Sensor

The PSR & XLT range of electrochemical oxygen sensors from Analytical Industries Inc (AII) measures oxygen contamination levels in pure gases down to parts per million (PPM) to improve product quality and yield. The sensor has a lower detectable limit of less than 50 parts per billion O2 with a stable, reliable output.

As well as the low measurement range, AII’s sensors are a highly cost-effective option. They operate continuously for 12 months, requiring no maintenance during this time. The response time of less than 15 seconds allows quick reactions to changes in gas purity, potentially saving companies thousands of euros in shut-downs and scrappage.

Typical applications include glovebox-monitoring, semi-conductor manufacture, air separation and industrial process control.

Visit Analytical Industries in Hall 1 on stands 456 and 460 at Sensor and Test to find out more.

AII is a member of the Process Sensing Technologies (PST) Group. This is a group of manufacturers who together provide an unmatched suite of instruments, analysers and sensors for precision measurements in industrial process control and environmental monitoring.

Source: http://www.aii1.com/

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