All of the Oxygen Probe components exposed to the high temperature gases are ceramic or platinum, for optimum corrosion resistance. It is of robust construction, with an alumina ceramic sheath to protect the sensing element.
The probe can be installed anywhere in the kiln or furnace, provided that the temperature at the tip is between 600°C and 1700°C. The probe will measure the oxygen concentration at the probe tip.
The port for installation should be sealed sufficiently to avoid atmospheric air from flowing inwards and causing a local variation in the oxygen concentration.
The probe can be used at any orientation for temperatures up to 1200°C, but should hang vertically if used at higher temperatures.
The probe head should be maintained at a temperature less than 60°C.
Clean respirable reference air at a rate of 10 cm3/min must be supplied to the connection provided on the probe head.
- Specific for O2
- High O2 sensitivity and selectivity
- High dynamic range of detection
- High temperature of operation
- Rapid responses
- In situ measurement
- Solid state electronic component – rugged sensor
- No power consumed for operation under all conditions
- No bias required to operate
- Available up to 1400 mm
- Fuel combustion efficiency control
- Furnace gas analysis
- Waste management systems
- Temperature and oxygen control of kilns
- Carburising (heat treating) furnace control
- Potters’ kilns
- Annealing furnaces
- Large and small electric kilns
- Flue gas analysis
- O2 levels at high temperatures
- CO2 harsh environments
- Technical ceramic kiln systems
- Industrial applications
- Metal heat treatment processes
- Molten systems (single use only)
- Copper reverberator
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