Ozone gas detector classification
According to the application classification, ozone gas detector can be divided into two types: fixed (also called online) and portable (also called handheld). The fixed type (online type) is to be fixed in the place where the policy gas leakage may occur, and the real-time online monitoring is performed 24 hours a day. Portable (handheld) is small in size, light in weight, and can be held with one hand. Take the lunch box with you and use it when you turn it on. The lunch box is used for patrol inspection applications and experimental detection gas applications.
Use of ozone detector
The ozone detector is an instrument for monitoring the concentration of ozone gas. Because the gas cannot be seen or touched. To know the concentration of ozone gas, it is necessary to have an instrument that can intuitively reflect the concentration of ozone gas. Through the development of scientific skills. The ozone sensor that can reflect the concentration of ozone was born.
Principles of ozone detector skills
Now, the most used ozone detector is the principle of electrochemical technology. Because the cost of electrochemical technology is low, the performance is relatively stable, and the detection effect is good. The ozone detector has a resolution of PPB level. It can analyze and capture the PPB grade ozone gas concentration in the air. And react in real time. Ozone sensor on the principle of electrochemical technology. Ozone detectors are widely used to monitor trace concentrations of ozone gas. The smart ozone sensor module is widely used in atmospheric monitoring and air quality monitoring. Micro air monitoring station ozone monitoring. Monitoring of ozone concentration at the plant boundary, etc.
Use place of ozone detector
Ozone detectors are widely used in the detection of ozone concentration in sterilization and disinfection. Detection of residual trace concentration of ozone, medical and pharmaceutical ozone detection. Chemical plants, petroleum and petrochemicals, tobacco. Progressive control, steel plants, smelters. Factory boundaries, air quality, work hygiene. Scientific research institutions, sewage treatment, etc.