FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Extra Rugged Design
This traditional 25 mm sensor body style provides a more physically robust sensor for harsh industrial production environments. The thick walled stainless steel body resists damage better than fragile, thinner walled alternatives. Still the first choice for most applications.
FDA Positive Listed Materials of Construction
Electropolished stainless steel surfaces provide better surface cleanability than mechanically polished 16RA alternatives. Copies of 3.1B certificates and mill certificates are available upon request. Every sensor is serialized with paperwork on file in our database.
Replaceable Anode/Cathode Assembly
A concept pioneered by Broadley-James, this unique assembly permits the sensor to be repaired quickly, easily, and reliably in just a few minutes. A time-proven approach with years of success under the harshest environmental conditions.
Easy to Replace Membrane Body
The outer silicone layer protects the inner teflon layer, and an added stainless steel mesh provides the mechanical strength required to withstand repeated autoclaving or steam sterilization. The strongest, most robust membrane in the industry, it is an improvement of the industry standard design. Compatible with existing sensors, there is no need to change sensors or electronics to get improved performance!
Industry Standard 4-Pin Connector
Hermetically sealed gold-plated contacts in a glass insulator offers the ultimate in signal isolation and transmission. Less expensive molded plastic connectors are not used. This industry standard connector was the first, and is still the best, choice for DO sensors.
Original T-Pull® Handle
Developed by Broadley-James, this right angle handle design allows for easy retraction of the sensor from the vessel, and for easy routing of the cable away from harms way.
Suitable for Hygienic Applications
The OxyProbe withstands Steam in Place (SIP) and caustic Clean in Place (CIP) applications. FDA compliant o-rings on all product contact surfaces.
All Broadley-James DO sensors work with existing biotech equipment. No proprietary electronics or cables are required. All designs are intended to fit both existing and future requirements, without introducing any unnecessary changes in hardware or cabling. Reduces inventory and confusion, increases flexibility and cost savings.