O2-Lumitrode – presenting the quickest sensor for disintegrated oxygen
- Post By : Kumar Jeetendra
- Source: Metrohm AG
- Date: 09 May,2020
Metrohm is satisfied to introduce the new handheld 913 pH/DO Meter and the 914 pH/DO/Conductometer.
The new, joined meters include the O2-Lumitrode. Because of its short reaction time, this optical sensor for estimating the convergence of disintegrated oxygen in water or some other fluid is the quickest of its sort available.
With the 913 pH/DO Meter, clients can gauge the pH esteem and the centralization of broke up oxygen all the while in a similar example. Utilizing the 914 pH/DO/Conductometer, the pH esteem, grouping of broke up oxygen, and conductivity can be estimated on a similar instrument. When estimating the oxygen focus in arrangements with a high substance of salt, the impact of the salt present in the example can be remunerated naturally on the 914 pH/DO/Conductometer by all the while playing out a conductivity estimation.
Metrohm is pleased to present the new handheld 913 pH/DO Meter and the 914 pH/DO/Conductometer.
The new, combined meters feature the O2-Lumitrode. Due to its very short response time, this optical sensor for measuring the concentration of dissolved oxygen in water or any other liquid is the fastest of its kind on the market.
Continuously solid outcomes
The new, consolidated meters from Metrohm highlight the O2-Lumitrode, an optical sensor for estimating the grouping of broke down oxygen in water or other fluid examples. Because of its short reaction time, the O2-Lumitrode is the quickest sensor of its sort available. It is sans upkeep, as the sensor top with the estimating optics is essentially traded when it is depleted. Ceaseless checking of the sensor execution shields solid outcomes, as clients are educated consequently when the sensor top must be traded.