G361x Oxygen Analyzing System for Nitrogen Generators

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Oxygen Analyzers

The G361x Analyzing Systems can be delivered with either the G36a or the G36p Oxygen Analyzer. The G36a Oxygen Analyzer is a stand alone box which is suitable for engine room installations whereas the G36p Oxygen analyzer is designed for panel mounting. Click here to read more about the G36a and the G36p Oxygen Analyzers.

The G3610 N2 Wide Board or the G3611 N2 Narrow Board

We offer the G361x Oxygen Analyzing Systems with a wide board (G3610) or with a narrow board (G3611). The narrow board is always delivered with the G36p panel mounted analyzer whereas the wide is designed for the G36a stand alone oxygen analyzer. Both systems have a filter regulator, a flow meter, a SEN9 oxygen sensor and a selector valve. It is possible to connect three samples.

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Green Instruments’ oxygen analyzer for nitrogen generators, the G361x Oxygen Analyzing System, is designed to measure the oxygen concentration in nitrogen.

The measurement range of the system is 0.0 to 21.0% with an accuracy of +/- 0.5%.


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