Oxygen Controller handles gas streams.
April 10, 2002 - EOC Extractive Oxygen Controller measures and controls oxygen concentrations at ppm levels, in normal or highly acidic environments, such as gas streams. Because sensor element is modular, system has long service life. Replacement of core sensing element is less than 1/3 cost of new probe. Installation requires two simple steps: attach power and piping. It is highly reliable, provides exceptionally fast response times, and is not prone to drift problems.
Marathon "EOC" Provides Precise Oxygen Measurement & Control For Normal - Or High-Acidity - Gas Streams
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Marathon Sensors, Inc.
3100 E. Kemper Rd.
Cincinnati, OH, 45241
Press release date: April 1, 2002
Cincinnati, OH. Marathon Sensors, Inc. has introduced new technology for cost-effective, extractive oxygen measurement and control.
The Extractive Oxygen Controller ("EOC") was engineered to measure and control oxygen concentrations down to ppm levels, in normal or highly acidic environments. It is highly reliable, provides exceptionally fast response times, and is not prone to drift problems associated with conventional probes.
The Marathon EOC remotely measures oxygen content, and is ideal for use in hostile environments.
EOC has an advanced, rebuildable design, and is cost-effective in terms of both purchase cost and maintenance. Because the sensor element is modular, the system has a long service life. Replacement of the core sensing element is generally less than 1/3 the cost of a new probe. Installation requires just two simple steps: simply attach power, and piping.
For more information, contact Marathon Sensors Inc. 3100 E. Kemper Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45241 (800) 547-1055. www.marathonsensors.com