Built for longevity and accuracy, this oxygen detector uses non-consumable paramagnetic technology to detect oxygen, offering an alternative to oxygen detectors that use fuel cells, which deplete over time. Using a paramagnetic oxygen detector will virtually eliminate routine maintenance and calibrations in exchange for increased safety, reliability, and lower cost of ownership.
The OxyPro is an industrial oxygen detector that monitors O2 levels in the atmosphere using a non-consumable oxygen sensor. Since paramagnetic oxygen detectors do not require fuel cells, routine maintenance, labor, parts costs, and calibrations are significantly reduced in exchange for increased safety and reliability.
To provide easy use and minimal maintenance, the OxyPro breathable air monitor from Process Solutions Corp. uses the new Paracube Micro oxygen sensor from Servomex HUMMINGBIRD Sensing Technology. Paramagnetic sensors, such as the Paracube, rely on weak magnetic forces to detect the concentration of oxygen in the surrounding atmosphere. Paramagnetic oxygen sensors are a low-maintenance, non-depleting alternative to traditional oxygen detectors and do not rely on electrochemical, galvanic, or fuel cells.
The Paracube paramagnetic sensor leads the industry in accuracy, linearity, and reliability over traditional cell-based technologies. And our touch screen HMI innovates easy control and remote data management, creating a powerful, yet affordable oxygen detector. So the OxyPro ensures unprecedented levels of safety and performance while reducing cost of lifetime ownership.
Our paramagnetic sensor offers innovative life-safety performance and eliminates false readings and false alarms caused by depleting cells in traditional oxygen detector technologies. Advanced Magneto-Dynamic technology offers unprecedented performance and reliability, and the microprocessor based diagnostics are safe, reliable, and easy to access.
Industrial oxygen detectors are used to measure available oxygen in the atmosphere to ensure there’s enough breathable oxygen to survive. So they are commonly found in laboratories, gas processing facilities, hospitals and medical facilities, and other life critical or confined space environments.