Electrochemical DraegerSensors can selectively measure the smallest concentrations of airborne toxic gases and oxygen under ambient conditions. Electrochemical sensors for Draeger transmitters offer fast response times, high accuracy, and unmatched stability. Draeger combines resistant plastics, such as PTFE, with the purest catalysts making a sensor that provides reliable measurement for a long period of time. A patented internal pressure compensation mechanism compensates for adverse environmental influences such as changes in humidity, temperature expansion, and weather-related variations in air pressure. A large electrolytic reservoir and large electrode areas provide sufficient reserves for a long lifetime, even in harsh industrial environments.
Performance advantages of Draeger’s electrochemical sensors include high stability, excellent measurement accuracy, fast response, low detection limits, and optimized selectivity. The sensors offer comprehensive self-diagnosis options and have no position dependency.