The Addixx Oxygen Measuring Cell IB-MZ-001 provides the possibility of recording externally the residual oxygen concentration during an inertisation process e.g. with Addixx Inert Boxes IB-K-SV,IB-K-SR or IB-K-SR-UF.
For this purpose, gas is introduced from an inert gas source through the open gas inlet valve into the Inert Box. The open gas outlet valve is connected with the electrically connected measuring cell by means of a hose (gas in) and it is flooded with the gas from the Inert. While doing so, the current residual O2 concentration is continuously determined and displayed. The escaping gas is then released by means of a hose (gas out) to an exhaust or through a window outside. When the desired residual O2 concentration has been achieved, the two lock valves of the Inert Box are closed, and the Inert Box is separated from the gas source and the measuring cell. Subsequently, e.g. UV curing can be performed on a conveyor belt. The measured value and the limit value set are displayed on a alphanumeric LCD display with background lighting.
The display range of the Addixx Oxygen Measuring Cell IB-MZ-001 is normally between 0.1% to 21% percentage of oxygen, which is displayed in steps of 0.1%. For measuring lower residual O2 concentrations, an additional separate device can be provided upon request.
For the Addixx Oxygen Measuring Cell IB-MZ-001 an operating voltage of 220V is required so that it can be connected to any normal electrical outlet without any additional power supply unit.
For further detailed information about the Addixx O2 Measuring Cell IB-MZ-001 please refer to the pdf file attached hereto!