O3 Sensor Probe, pureO3/12/120
Robust and Reliable Ozone Measurement.The pureO3 dissolved ozone sensor guarantees rapid, accurate measurement across a wide range of ozone concentrations. It uses Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) technology to provide predictive diagnostics for low-maintenance, in situ measurement.
Ensures Full Sanitization
Monitor ozone after sanitization: ozone destroys organic matter and microorganisms better than chlorine and more economically than thermal processes.
Simple and Low Maintenance
The pureO3 dissolved ozone sensor uses a 1-piece membrane for rapid start-up and easy maintenance.
Built-in Predictive Diagnostics
This ozone sensor provides enhanced diagnostics to ensure your sensor is working properly when you need it, and helps maximize sensor lifetime.
Material No.: 30139305
| Operating Range||0 - 5'000 ppb (µg/L)|
| Response Time||60 s|
| Measured Pressure Resistance||0 bar – 3 bar|
| Sample Flow rate||200 mL/min – 500 mL/min|
| Sample Flow Rate without Housing||0.5 - 3 ft/s (0.15 - 1 m/s)|
| Material Number(s)||30139305|
Designed for Easy Maintenance
The pureO3 with Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) technology simplifies maintenance processes. The Adaptive Calibration Timer tells you when the sensor needs to be calibrated, while the time-to-maintenance tool indicates when the membrane should be replaced.
Critical Process Monitoring
Monitoring ozone is critical to a wide range of industrial processes. From pharmaceutical water system sanitization to verifying ozone concentration in UPW storage tanks, the pureO3 sensor is a reliable, highly accurate solution.
Long Life Due to Exceptional Durability
The pureO3 has a robust housing that includes a reinforced silicone membrane for exceptional durability. The Dynamic Lifetime Indicator monitors process conditions, enabling it to provide an estimate of the remaining life of the sensor's inner body.
This sensor can be used for continuous ozone measurement, which is a key quality measure in bottled water systems. By continuously measuring the ozone levels, it is possible to respond quickly and make decisions based on any changes.