Analox O2NE+ Oxygen Depletion Monitor

Analox O2NE+ Oxygen Depletion Monitor

The Analox O2NE+ Oxygen (O2) Depletion Monitor is an ambient oxygen depletion monitor comprising of a wall mounted main sensor unit and a repeater.

Description

Analox O2NE+ Oxygen Depletion Monitor

The Analox O2NE+ Oxygen (O2) Depletion Monitor is an ambient oxygen depletion monitor comprising of a wall mounted main sensor unit and a repeater. It is ranged from 0 to 25% and has 2 low audio/visual alarms. The sensor has a very long life and calibration is only required every 18 months and can be achieved using certified air.

The O2NE+ main sensor unit is wall mounted at normal working head height in the area/s recommended as a result of a risk assessment (often where the gases are stored and/or piped). The repeater unit/s (which take their power from the main unit) are then sited at the entrance/s to the area to provide an early warning before entering.

Key Features

  • Simple Calibration – The O2NE+ can be calibrated on “pure air”
  • Long life O2 sensor
  • Minimal maintenance – Unlike other O2 monitors the O2NE+ only needs calibrating every 12 months and the sensor does not need changing every 2 years
  • “Plug and play” – The O2NE+ is easily wall-mounted and basic installation does not require a qualified electrician
  • Repeater Included – The O2NE+ comes complete a repeater which is to be placed at the entrance to provide and early warning before entering the room
  • Suitable for use with helium – The presence of helium can affect the readings of most O2 monitors but the O2NE+ will provide accurate, reliable readings if helium is one of the gases you are concerned about
  • No risk of accidental calibration – The O2NE+ does not allow the user to calibrate it using ambient air. A certified calibration gas must be passed over the sensor at 18 month periods. This is a safety feature which prevents a potentially false calibration being made.

widespread and varied and includes many industries and processes. Should there be a leak or build-up of these gases in a confined space this will deplete the level of oxygen and can pose a danger to employees and members of the public visiting your workplace. Employers have a duty of care to risk assess areas using inert gases and the O2NE+ is a simple and cost effective safety solution which could save lives.

Guide to Gas Monitoring in the Hospitality Industry

Examples of industries which use inert gases:

Nitrogen

  • Food production and transportation
  • Beverage dispense and production
  • Cryopreservation (blood, sperm, eggs etc)
  • Packaging
  • Laboratory processes including carrier gases
  • Cryogenics
  • Promession
  • CCD cameras
  • Cryotherapy
  • Tissue preservation
  • Coolants
  • Mechanical shrink-welding
  • Molecular gastonomy
  • Container “Inerting”
  • Cattle branding
  • Pest control
  • Hypoxic fire suppression

Argon

  • Welding shielding gas
  • Titatinium blanketing
  • Light bulb production
  • Silicon growth atmospheric protection

Helium

  • Commercial diving
  • Technical scuba diving
  • Breathing observation
  • Light weight aircraft fuel
  • Coolant for superconductors such as MRI scanners
  • Balloon gas
  • Shuttle, blimp and hot air balloon fuel
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