Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

Dissolved oxygen (DO) is a liquid process measurement for determining the amount of oxygen dissolved or carried in the process liquid. There are three common technologies for dissolved oxygen measurements: polographic, galvanic and optical. The standard units of measure are milligrams per liter (mg/l), parts per million (ppm), parts per billion (ppb), or % saturation.

  • Measuring Sensor DO30G

    The DO30G sensor for dissolved oxygen is designed for use in water treatment plants such as sewage treatment works, effluent activated sludge process, and potable water treatment. It is also effective in river monitoring, intake protection, fish farming, and other fields where water quality is important.

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  • Sensors for ppb Applications

    Dissolved oxygen measurements in the parts per billion range are critical in, but not limited to power generating plants. Maintaining a low level of dissolved oxygen in boiler feedwater assures that corrosion of certain components is minimized. A reliable measurement of ppb dissolved oxygen helps to reduce downtime and improve efficiency.

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  • Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor, Hamilton VisiFerm

    Hamilton's VisiFerm is the first optical sensor ever for the measurement of dissolved oxygen that has significant advantages compared to classical Clark cells because there's no electrolyte needed and the luminophore is embedded in a robust sensor cap. Typical applications are biotechnology, water treatment and monitoring as well as in breweries, wineries and soft drink processing.

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We recommend returning your ZR402G to the factory for display replacement. There are several reasons: There are 2 generations of displays for the ZR402G: the Green display and the White display. The green displays were used on the early mode...
How to startup a new sensor, or how to replace the Membrane Cap and Electrolyte.   Startup of a new Oxygold G sensor: The Oxygold G sensor is shipped dry with a protective cap over the end of the Membrane Cartridge. CAUTION: The electrolyte ...

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