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  • Electrochemical Oxygen Sensors (.pdf)
    . Initially the sensor. reads 20.9 %. As the jet takes off and begins to gain. The hydroxyl ions in turn oxidize the metal anode. altitude, the pO2 drops, causing a drop in oxygen. as follows: sensor readings. When the jet reaches cruising. 2Pb + 4OH- 2PbO + 2H. altitude (actually, when cabin pressure
  • Reference: Asphyxiant (Oxygen Deficiency) Hazard
    We all need to breathe the Oxygen (O2) in air to live. Air is made up of several different gases including Oxygen. Normal ambient air contains an Oxygen concentration of 20.9% v/v. When the Oxygen level dips below ... Gas Hazards & Areas. Home. About Us. Products. Gas Detection Explained. Resources
  • Oxygen Sensor Operating Principle Construction Note (.pdf)
    This application note describes the physics and concepts behind SST Sensing's range of dynamic and highly accurate oxygen sensors. It also provides critical information on correct use and implementation which is key to getting the most from the sensor in a wide range of applications. The sensor
  • Operation Principle and Construction of Zirconium Dioxide Oxygen Sensors of the XYA Series
    Sensortechnics' oxygen sensors of the XYA series consist of two zirconium dioxide (ZrO2) discs coated. with thin porous layers of platinum which serve as electrodes. The two discs are attached to a platinum ring, forming a hermetically sealed chamber. AN_XYA-O2_E_11154.p65 Operating Principle
  • The Importance of Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) in the Water Analysis Sector (.pdf)
    In water supplies there is often a build-up of anthropogenous additives such as pesticides, effluents and garbage, which contaminate. drinking water supplies with their toxic or hormonal effects. They may also consume such large quantities of oxygen that water resources become fouled. To prevent
  • Techncial Article: Typical Areas that Require Gas Detection
    There are many different applications for flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas detection. Industrial processes increasingly involve the use and manufacture of highly dangerous substances, particularly toxic and combustible gases. Gas Hazards & Areas. Home. About Us. Products. Gas Detection Explained
  • Flammable Gas Hazards
    Combustion is a fairly simple chemical reaction in which Oxygen is combined rapidly with another substance resulting in the release of energy. This energy appears mainly as heat - sometimes in the form of flames. The igniting substance is normally... Gas Hazards & Areas. Home. About Us. Products
  • Cremation Technology Updated With Paperless Chart Recording
    For years, many companies have continued to use outdated technology such as paper chart recorders for measuring and recording all of their data. In particular, a crematorium was still using hard copy to record the temperatures and oxygen levels inside its crematory. Cremation Technology Updated
  • Importance of Bump Testing (.pdf)
    Oxygen deficiency, exposure to toxic gases and explosive atmospheres are all too often responsible for confined space injuries and fatalities. In accordance with regulations and industry best practices, the only way to verify that atmospheric conditions are safe is to use an atmospheric monitor
  • Ni-MH Battery Charger Application Library
    charging by electrolytic. Battery capacity varies inversely with the discharge. reaction of water is absorbed on the negative. current. This means higher discharge currents will. electrode. Also, the oxygen formed on the positive. result in lower battery capacities. For metal hydride. electrode diffuses

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