Southland Sensing has introduced a new OMD-580 microprocessor-based portable oxygen analyzer for trace oxygen (O2) analysis.
The new analyzer comes with a large color display and user-friendly menu interface, along with a removable USB flash drive for data-logging. The unit is powered by a rechargeable Ni-Cad battery which can be charged from a 100 – 240V AC adapter, while international adapters are also included with the base unit.
The analyzer can function as a portable unit, or users can simply plug in the AC adapter and run it in an online 24/7 environment.
Five standard analysis ranges include 0 – 10/100/100 ppm and 0-1%/0-25%. The unit can run in auto-range or manual range mode. Gas connections are made via Swagelok Quick Disconnect 1/8” connections, with an inlet pressure of 0-50psig.
Three days of industry education and business networking is what delegates can expect at this year’s Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) Seven Springs Regional Meeting, chaired by Abydee Butler Moore, GAWDA Vice-President.
This week marks one year since the biggest carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage of recent years erupted.
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