1. What is the process of an oxygen analyzer?
Ans - An ultrasonic sensor is used by an oxygen analyzer to find O2 concentrations. These sensors work on the ultrasonics, or speed of sound wave, principle. Depending on the makeup of the gas, sound propagates through it at varying rates and experiences varying degrees of intensity attenuation.
2. What kinds of oxygen analyzers are there?
Ans - The five primary categories of oxygen analyzers are oxygen electrodes, paramagnetic analyzers, fuel cell analyzers, mass spectrometers, and Raman spectrographs.
3. What is the oxygen analyzers operating range?
Ans - In closed oxygen systems like ventilation pipes and boiler exhaust flues, the Oxygen Analyzer is appropriate for measurement. The oxygen concentration in air or gas mixtures with temperatures ranging from -100 to 400 Deg C can be measured using the Oxygen Analyzer.
4. How accurate is an oxygen analyzer?
Ans - It can be applied to all measurement stations, including manufacturing processes and lab fermenters. The COS81D measures temperature, dissolved oxygen, and gaseous oxygen with an accuracy of up to 0.2%.