Fail-safe Oxygen Measurement


Flammable solvents are essential ingredients of many centrifuge separation processes. Such applications raise the possibility of flash fire or explosions. If the oxygen concentration within the combustible mixture is decreased sufficiently, a flame cannot propagate.

The use of inert gas will effectively deplete the oxygen concentration in the process and provide the required level of safety. The use of oxygen based inert gas control is the only direct method of preventing flash fire and explosions.

The Ntron Solution

Ntron has developed an in-line SIL 2 rated Oxygen Analyser designed specifically for harsh chemical applications within the pharmaceutical and chemical industry.


SIL-02 Oxygen Analyser

The SIL2 rated oxygen analyzer has been developed specifically for the measurement of oxygen for safety critical application within the chemical and pharmaceutical industry.
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OxyTX Oxygen Analyser

OxyExtract Oxygen Analyser

The OxyExtract Range of IECEx/ATEX approved retractable InLine Oxygen Sensors along with the OxyOne Analyzer and ACCU Calibration unit, provide a cost effective solution to meet your process safety requirements.
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OxyProbe Sensor

The long life solid state Oxyprobe 200 is designed for In-Situ measurement of Oxygen concentration on harsh Chemical Applications within the Fine Chemical and Pharmaceutical industry.

SenzTx Oxygen Analyser

OxyOne Oxygen Analyzer

OxyOne has been designed specifically for the monitor and control of inert process applications. It is capable of accepting two separate oxygen sensors and it is designed to interface directly with Ntron’s inline or extractive sampling systems.

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