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Dissolved oxygen sensor for water and waste water application
[OPTISENS ODO 2000 Optical dissolved oxygen sensor]
Dissolved oxygen measurement is widely used in drinking water and wastewater applications. The Oxygen measurement is used for aeration monitoring and control in water and waste water plants.
The optical oxygen sensor OPTISENS ODO 2000 from KROHNE has a standardized robust design for open channel measurement and a long lifespan. The sensor can be deployed in any size of water treatment plants may it be small or big. The integrated spray cleaning nozzle minimize the need for manual cleaning, which means longer intervals between maintenance and calibration.
Precise dissolved oxygen measurement in the ppm range with a resolution of 0.01ppm
Long-term stability due to reduced clogging by integrated spray cleaning nozzle
Low cost of ownership due to an integrated transmitter
Easy changeable optical disk
Short response time for all applications
Suitable for installation with telescopic rod SENSOFIT IMM 2000
Water and waste water industry
Aeration monitoring in water and waste water treatment plants
KROHNE is your partner for all aspects of analytical application. From chemical, power, municipality and industrial wastewater applications as well as water treatment processes or inline analysis in hygienic applications: with the SMARTPAT, OPTISENS, OPTISYS and OPTIQUAD range of analytical devices and systems, KROHNE supplements the measurement of the physical parameters. Our main goals are attaining sturdiness, reliability and quality in the various application areas.
We will gladly assist you in the search for the optimum solution to your measurement task. Should it be necessary to specifically design a measuring system according to your requirements, we are able to modify our systems in line with your needs and include additional components.