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Oxygen analyzers determine how much oxygen is present in a sample. Oxygen, the third most prevalent element on Earth, is necessary for life, a key component of combustion, and a potent corrosive that can contaminate or create hazardous circumstances.
Knowing how much oxygen is in a sample is important for a variety of reasons, including improving furnace efficiency, monitoring explosive atmospheres, and determining the purity of process gases.
The Europe Portable Trace Oxygen Analyzer Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The Neutronics 7100P Portable Trace Oxygen Analyzer is a handheld analyzer for measuring trace oxygen levels in pure gases like nitrogen, argon, and helium. A rapid-response mini-zirconia sensor with a measuring range of 0 to 1000 ppm oxygen is used in this analyzer.
This portable analyzer is a low-maintenance solution that delivers consistent performance in a durable light-weight steel chassis thanks to its extremely fast reaction, excellent accuracy, and simple calibration.
Ntron Gas Measurement Ltd’s Microx is a compact and durable oxygen analyser that uses zirconia or electrochemical technology to provide accurate oxygen concentration measurements.
The zirconia sensor has a fast response time and a long service life with almost little drift, whereas the electrochemical sensor may measure hydrocarbon-containing background gases. For nitrogen generation or glove box monitoring, the minimum output range of 0 to 10ppm is ideal.
For oxygen concentrators, the Microx analyser can be equipped with measuring ranges ranging from 0 to 96 percent O2. Different mounting choices and a variety of sensor types add to the flexibility.
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