Novatech 1231/ 1232

Novatech 1231/ 1232

Process Monitoring

In-situ Oxygen Analysis

The 1231 and 1232 O2  probes offer a highly accurate way to measure oxygen in a wide variety of processes from extremely low concentrations to 100%.


Product Applications
  • Flue gas analysis
  • Oxygen levels in kilns and furnaces
  • Combustion analysis
  • Carbon potential measurement
  • Water vapor concentration and dew point measurement
  • Inert and sterile packaging
  • General industrial use
  • Scientific tasks

Great New Features
  • Simple in-situ technology
  • Low drift Zirconia Sensor: 1ppm to 100%
  • No regular calibration required
  • Works in temps up to 1400C
  • Long lasting sensor
  • Rapid response
  • Accurate and reliable

The 1231 and 1232 O2  probes are highly accurate, very durable, and have negligible drift.  Choose the 1231 for analyzing process gases with temperatures below 900C and the 1232 for process gases with temperatures ranging from 700C to 1400C.

The 1231 and 1232 probes have a very rapid response to changes in oxygen levels:

A response time of between 1 and 4 seconds to oxygen level concentration changes means that potentially dangerous hazardous situation such as those caused by a build-up of dangerous fuel-rich conditions can be avoided.

1231 and 1232 probes are easy to install:

All that's required is a 1 1/2" BSP or NPT socket affixed to the location where the measurement is going to be made.  Screw in the probe, connect the probe cable to the analyzer, and you are ready to measure and/or control the O2  or other process parameters.

For Safety of Operation:

Use the 1732 Analyzer which has a main burner safety interlock.  This is the ONLY reliable way to prevent potentially explosive situations - should the main burner shut down, the sensor heaters are de-energized so that dangerous gases cannot be ignited

The 1231 and 1232 are used in conjunction with the 1732 transmitter to make a complete measurement system.


Literature
MonSol Novatech 1231/1232 Probes
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