Minimising reactor vessel explosion risks

Tuesday, 18 June, 2013

Accurate and reliable oxygen monitoring in reactor vessels is essential to minimise the risk of a build-up of an explosive mixture of gases. While sensors based on electrochemical cell technology are the lowest cost option, their limited operating life makes them unsuitable for many safety-related applications.

This paper considers the challenges of oxygen monitoring in reactor processes and compares some of the oxygen sensors that can be applied to this safety critical application. Download now.

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