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Zirconia Oxygen Sensors for Boiler Combustion Efficiency


SST Sensing Ltd - Oxygen sensors and boiler applications


Our zirconia oxygen sensors can help customers optimise their combustion efficiency within the oil, coal, gas and biomass boiler market.

The oxygen to fuel ratio effects boiler efficiency. Too little oxygen results in incomplete combustion creating harmful emissions.

Setting the boiler to burn with excess oxygen is the normal solution to reduce emissions but is very inefficient.

SST Sensing’s oxygen sensors allow the excess oxygen to be reduced whilst still maintaining safe operation.

This saves both money and the environment.

SST Sensing zirconia oxygen sensors have been used to provide a clean burn and reduce harmful emissions in combustion processes for over 25 years.

The oxygen sensors is inserted into the boiler flue to monitor the oxygen level enabling complete control over the boilers air to fuel ratio.

The oxygen sensors come stand alone or with integrated electronics offering digital or analogue industry standard outputs.

Why use SST’s Zirconia Oxygen Sensors?

Their long life comes from their non depleting sensor cell technology. No reference gas is required and easy single point calibration can be performed in fresh air.

The oxygen sensors ability to function in combustion processes with extreme operating temperatures results in a rugged, robust and reliable solution.

No matter where you are in the world, our engineers can work with you to help find the right oxygen sensing solution.

Get in touch with us and Ask the Expert today!

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