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Weld Purge Monitors® are an Essential Tool for the Process Industry

PurgEye 200® Weld Purge Monitors® RechargeablePurgEye200 Weld Purge Monitor

Weld Purge Monitors® are an essential tool for the process Industry, with various models serving different levels of weld purge requirement.

There are applications that can be satisfied with Monitors measuring down to 100 ppm and..... for the higher specification industries such as Aerospace, Food and Drinks, Semi-conductor, Biofuels etc that need to achieve oxgyen levels down to 10 ppm there are other models.

One such Model has just been developed for the Process Industries and that is the PurgEye® 200 which is now rolling off the production lines partially to meet an order for 30 units from the Far East.

This is a hand held, rechargeable battery driven monitor that will read very accurately down to 10 ppm.

It is probably the lowest cost Weld Purge Monitor® of its kind even though it contains an internal electro-mechanical pump for drawing samples of gas automatically over the sensor before discharging it to atmosphere. 

The long life sensor eliminates the need for changing cells once every year or so, subject to the type of usage the "wet" cells receive. Alarm signals can be given by the PurgEye® 200 to show when the purge gas level is within or outside the preset range.

The PurgEye® "Family" of Weld Purge Monitors® comprises:

Purgeye Family

PurgEye® 100 IP65 low cost hand held unit for measuring down to 100 parts per million.

PurgEye® 200 Rechargeable Battery Hand Held.

PurgEye® 300 Nano super low cost entry level instrument.

PurgEye® 300 that accurately measures free flowing gas down to 10 ppm and less.

PurgEye® 500 that uses an internal electro-mechanical pump to draw the gas across the sensor,.

PurgEye® 600 which is a computer controlled model measuring from Atmospheric oxygen levels down to 10 ppm accurately.

PurgEye® 1000 Remote for measuring up to 1 km in the distance,which has a remote sensor for accurately measuring oxygen level down to 10 ppm.

 

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