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Oxygen Analyzer

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Oxygen Analyzer is useful in measuring room oxygen level, purity from oxygen generators and monitoring oxygen in pipelines. It is easy to operate, extremely accurate and stable. 

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Features :
Ideal for nitrox production use 
ON / OFF Switch
Easy calibration
User replaceable battery and sensor 
Fast response, thermally compressed sensor 
Highly accurate and stable output 
• Completely sealed, water resistant housing 
Measure purity from oxygen generators and pipelines 

Technical Specifications

Technical Specifications

Measurement Range 0 - 100%
Resolution 0.1%
Display Accuracy +/- 1%
Sensor Type Electrochemical
Power Requirment 9 V Alkaline batteries
Humidity 0-100% RH, Non-Condensing
Pressure Sensitive to partial pressure
Operating Temperature 41° to 86°F (5° to 30°C) Will work outside this range with decreased accuracy
Response Time less than 12 seconds
Storage Temperature -4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C)
Expected Sensor Life, Room Air 24 months
Dimensions (LxWxH) 140 x 101 x 50 in mm
Weight 312 grams

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How Ozone Works ?

Ozone is a gas. And it's made of just one thing-oxygen.Ozone is a very strong disinfectant and oxidizer. Any pathogen or contaminant that can be disinfected, altered or removed via an oxidation process will be affected by ozone. It is the strongest of all molecules available for disinfection in water treatment, and is second only to elemental fluorine in oxidizing power. Compared to chlorine, the most common water disinfection chemical, ozone is a more than 50% stronger oxidizer and acts over 3,000 times faster. Both chlorine and fluorine are highly toxic chemicals.

For more than a century, ozone has been used in Europe for purifying drinking water. Here in the United States, ozone is used for purifying bottled water and for decontaminating cooling towers. The City of Los Angeles currently uses ozone to purify its water supply. But ozone is not limited to drinking water.

On June 23, 2001, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration officially granted GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status to ozone for use in food-contact applications. With full FDA approval in place, food processors immediately began putting this exciting new technology to use in their plants.

Today, ozone technology is used in the processing of meat, poultry, seafood and fresh produce because it is recognized as the safest, most cost-effective and chemical-free way of dealing with food safety management. Knowledgeable food processors have identified the No. 1 benefit of using ozone—it extends the shelf life of their product—so important in the competitive world of today’s international food industry.

Benefits of Ozone :

• Ozone is 51% more powerful on bacterial cell walls than chlorine.
• Ozone kills bacteria 3100 times faster than chlorine.
• Ozone is the most powerful broad spectrum microbiological control agent available.
• Ozone eliminates the use of hot water and conventional sanitizer.
• Ozone virtually eliminates all chemical usage.
• Ozone is chemical-free; it produces NO toxic by-products.
• Ozone has full FDA-approval for direct-food contact application.
• Ozone is clean and environment-friendly; its only by-product is oxygen.
• Ozone is extremely effective as a disinfectant at relatively low concentrations.
• Ozone is generated on site eliminating the transporting, storing and handling of hazardous materials.
• Ozone is very inexpensive to produce and has an unlimited supply.
• Ozone is much safer for employees than any conventional chemicals.
• Ozone extends the shelf life of food products.
• Ozone permits recycling of wastewater.
• Ozone reduces Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD).

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