Online Ozone Analyser for Water – OzoSense

CRIUS® Instrument Controller with Remote Access Online Dissolved Ozone sensor (Membraned)

The OzoSense Online Dissolved Ozone Monitor from Pi for the measurement of the ozone concentration in water, is designed to be simple to install and operate, and offers unrivalled stability, accuracy and precision, whilst offering excellent value for money.

The OzoSense range of online dissolved ozone analysers and dissolved ozone monitors utilise the very latest and best ozone sensors available in the world today. There are two sensors in the OzoSense range. The first is a membraned device which is insensitive to changing pH, uses no reagents, is extremely stable, and has reduced maintenance and reduced whole life costs. The second is a non membraned three electrode sensor, that can operate at higher temperatures and pressures.

Online Dissolved Ozone Analyser (Non Membraned) Online Dissolved Ozone sensor (Non Membraned)

The online dissolved ozone monitor sensors connect to a range of electronic instrument controllers from Pi resulting in world class online dissolved ozone monitoring and controlling solutions. For more information on Pi’s dissolved ozone controllers, click here.

The OzoSense M is a membraned amperometric ozone sensors are two electrode sensors which operate at an elevated applied potential which in turn eliminates zero drift. Its unique design means that no reagents or buffers are required at all.

The OzoSense NM is a non membraned three electrode sensor that requires no buffer or reagents. Choosing which sensor is best for you is always tricky but a good place to start is with the OzoSense M membraned device and then go to the NM (non membraned) sensor if you need to run the sensor at elevated temperatures (up to 70°C) or elevated pressures.

Click here for a guide on how to choose your ozone sensor.

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