Oxygen measurement in gases
Measuring devices for analyzing the oxygen content in gases. For example for residual oxygen measurement, oxygen purity measurement or monitoring of the lower explosive limit (LEL).
Paramagnetic oxagen analyzer for most stable percent and purity measurement
Zirconium(di)oxide oxygen analyzer for percent and ppm measurements in non-flammable gases.
Electro-chemical oxygen analyzer for percent and ppm measurings in many gas mixtures
Electro-chemical oxygen analyzer for percent and ppm measurements in ATEX areas
Reduces costs and gas consumption of your system with analytical inert gas control.
Moisture measurement in gases
Measuring devices for determine the moisture content or the dewpoint measurement in gases.
Sturdy aluminium oxide sensor for determination of moisture in gases from -100°C to +20°C dewpoint.
P2O5 sensor for determination of the moisture volume share from 0.01ppm to 1000 ppm in gas mixture.
P2O5 sensor for measurement of moisture in corrosive gases as Phosgene or chlorine gas from 1.0ppm to 2000 ppm
Thermal conductivity detectors (also TCD) for measuring the gas composition. Often used for hydrogen measurement, helium measurement, gas mixing, measurement in heat treatment, etc.
Thermal conductivity sensor for process applications with 6 mm connection or KF16 flange
Portable thermal conductivity detector with integrated measuring cell and pump (battery operation optional)
Thermal conductivity analyzer for measurement with up to 4 sensors anddifferent signal outputs
Ambient air monitoring
Monitors the oxygen level inthe ambient air and activates an alarm in case of oxygen deficiency.
Gas analysers (also known as gas monitors) are measuring devices used for gas measurement and are capable of selectively analysing a variety of gases. Electrochemical meters such as the EC900 are a commonly used method for oxygen measurement as they can be fast, reproducible and accurate. These meters, like the ZR800 “zirconium analysers”, measure oxygen content from the percentage range down to a few ppm. Trace measurement, such as residual oxygen measurements, is an important area in gas analysis that refers to the measurement of gases at very low concentrations.
Trace moisture measurements are also often of great importance in gas analysis. A gas analyser specifically designed for moisture measurement can help to measure and monitor moisture traces in atmospheres.
Overall, gas analysers play an important role in monitoring and controlling gases in a variety of applications.
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