Thoroughbred oxygen analyser
Jan 09 2020 Read 467 Times
The 3110 Portable Oxygen Analyser from Teledyne Analytical, who are represented in the UK by Process Analyser Systems, is not a mere workhorse analyser, it is a thoroughbred. It is intrinsically safe, ATEX and FM approved, with ranges from 0-10ppm to percent levels, 0-1V DC output and a long life, virtually maintenance free sensor which sets industry standards. As if that is not enough, there are a host of options for datalogging, sample systems, lower level range, sulphur resistant sensor and special fittings. The 3110 is rugged and lightweight with the carry case included; one analyser really can do it all.
For decades Teledyne has been an industry leader in design and manufacture of oxygen sensors and oxygen analysers. The 3110 is a descendant of the Model 310 Oxygen Analyser launched over 50 years ago, officially retired but with many, many working units still in the field.
The patented Teledyne micro-fuel cell can measure oxygen in hydrogen, nitrogen, argon, helium, acetylene, ethylene, carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons and many other gases. Micro-fuel cells are sealed devices with no electrolyte to change or electrodes to clean making them virtually maintenance free.
This analyser is easy to calibrate, with no span gas, no zero gas, just atmospheric air and an absolute zero all of which contribute to the user-friendly design. Its internal batteries have the capacity to operate the unit for 100 hours, so an overnight charge once a month is usually all that is needed.
For dirty gases, the 3110 has a side mounting sample system consisting of coalescing filter, needle valve, flowmeter, flexible tubing and ‘quick disconnect’ fittings are available.
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