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Oxygen Monitoring in Controlled Atmospheres

Oxygen Monitoring in Controlled Atmosphered from SST Sensing Ltd on Vimeo.

Many applicfations need a system to control or monitor oxygen levels in an enclosed space.

To alert to hazardous oxygen levels, to control to selected levels as part of a critical process, or prevent the possibility of combustion occurring.

An accurate and reliable sensor is needed.

That's where SST comes in with a wide range of oxygen sensing solutions.

A variety of housing styles, cabling and electrical connections are available.

Unlike other technologies...

SST's oxygen sensors have a long operating life due to 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 accurately in extreme environmental conditions result in a rugged, robust and reliable sensor that is RoHS compliant.

These oxygen sensors come stand-alone or with integrated electronics, offering industry standard digital or analog outputs.

They are the oxygen sensing components to your system or SST can provide an intelligent unit to locally control outputs and transmit to a remote monitoring system.

Applications include alarming to dangerous levels of oxygen when storing or handling gases and chemicals.

Sustaining low oxygen levels in fire suppression systems for protecting valuable industry equipment - such as servers and archives.

Prolonging the life of perishable products during transportation and storage within controlled atmosphere environments.

Or controlling the optimal oxygen level within the processes such as composting.

SST can work with the customer on a standard or customised solution for gas monitoring systems.

No matter where you are in the world, get in touch with us and Ask the Expert today!

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