Introduction of Industrial Ozone Electrochemical Module
Industrial ozone electrochemical module-Many friends have heard that ozone bath can remove dirt on human skin. And ozone is also highly oxidizing, which can decompose and sterilize bacteria in cells. But have you considered the hazards of ozone? Do you know the working principle of industrial ozone electrochemical modules?
Ozone is a trace gas in the earth's atmosphere. Which can be decomposed into oxygen by itself at room temperature. Ozone is highly irritating, and excessive inhalation is harmful to human health. Low concentration of ozone can disinfect. Excessive ozone can strongly irritate the human respiratory tract. Causing symptoms such as sore throat. Chest tightness and cough, bronchitis and emphysema.
In recent years, various research institutions have confirmed that ozone pollution is related to human death. The more serious the ozone pollution, the higher the risk of death. Especially the higher the risk of ozone causing cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. For example, the ozone produced by the heat of the copier toner has certain carcinogens. Which can cause various cancers and cardiovascular diseases. Another study found that children who are exposed to ozone for a long time are at risk of developing asthma.
The industrial ozone electrochemical module is an electrochemical ozone sensor module specially designed for gas detector manufacturers, gas transmitter companies, industrial process control workshops and gas analysis instrument industries. It is mainly developed and produced to solve the problems of various gas detection. Incompatibility of gas sensors of various brands, complex production calibration. And limited replacement of core components.
According to the electrochemical principle The industrial ozone electrochemical module uses the measured gas to carry out the corresponding oxidation-reduction reaction on the working electrode and the counter electrode of the sensor and release the charge. And form a current proportional to the gas concentration through an external circuit, thereby achieving the target Quantitative measurement of gas.