By Jemima Owen-Jones2018-03-23T11:57:00+00:00
Analytical Industries Inc. (AII), designer and manufacturer of oxygen analysers and replacement OEM oxygen sensors, has gained ATEX certification for its portable oxygen analysers.
The GPR-1100 portable oxygen analyser
The GPR-1000, GPR-1100 and GPR-2000 portable oxygen analysers and the GPR-1200 premium portable oxygen analyser are now able to be used in ambient areas that may contain acetylene and/or hydrogen (H2).
The GPR-1200 portable analyser has an innovative design which eliminates the waiting time between measurements, provides an instant purge and a fast response to changes in oxygen levels.
The instruments also feature a-state-of-the-art sample bypass system that isolates the sensors from high concentrations of air and allows a quick recovery from an upset. They are convenient to use in the field with a long battery life of up to 30 days on a single charge.
The galvanic oxygen sensors have a life-span of between 24 and 32 months and replacing them is quick and easy to do.
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