Oxymax H COS21

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  • Measuring principle

    Sensor Oxygen

  • Application

    Food, pharmaceuticals, fermentations

  • Characteristic

    Hyogienic long term stable dissolved oxygen sensor for often sterilisation and autoclaving.

  • Measurement range

    0,01 - 20mg/l;0% - 200%SAT

  • Measuring principle

    Amperometric measurement of dissolved oxygen.

  • Design

    - Closed amperometric 2-electrode sensor covered with a PTFE membrane.- Sensor made of stainless steel.

  • Material

    Sensorbody : stainless steelMembrane : PTFE coated stainless steel net with a silicone coating.

  • Dimension

    Diameter : 12mmLength : 120mm, 225mm, 350mm

  • Process temperature

    max. 130°C
    (max.266°F)

  • Process pressure

    max. 4bar
    (max.58psi)

  • Temperature sensor

    Integrated NTC temperature sensor

  • Connection

    Oxygen connector head.

  • Additional certifications

    - material certification 3.1.B- Surface roughness Ra<0,8

Documents / Manuals / Software

Accessories / Spare parts

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Specification
    • Order code 51505872

      Protective cap autoclaving COS21/COS22

    • Order code 51505874

      Membrane kit standard COS21/21D

      with 3 membrane caps, O-Ring sensor, O-Ring process and Pipette. For standard and trace sensors in all application without CIP or FDA requirements.

    • Order code 51516339

      Membrane kit standard,COS21/21D,EN 10204

      with 3 membrane caps, O-Ring sensor, O-Ring process and Pipette. For standard and trace sensors in all application without CIP or FDA requirements.

    • Order code COY8-

      Zero-point gel COY8

      Zero point: Verification, calibration, adjustment at zero point of oxygen and disinfection sensors ::Amperometric and optical sensors ::12, 25 and 40mm diameter ::Application in the lab, in the field

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