Oxygen analyzers are used for a number of purposes. A quality analyzer can measure the amount of oxygen in your blood, the percentage of oxygen in exhaled air, and even the percentage of carbon dioxide in exhaled air. A gas analyzer will tell you whether the gas that you are breathing on the breath is oxygen carbon dioxide or some other material. The most common types of analyzers are those that allow you to measure the percentage of oxygen in air. Portable oxygen analyzers are available that have an integrated pressure sensor that allows you to measure the pressure of the air as it passes through the hose attached to the oxygen analyzer.
You may also need oxygen analyzers when working with gas combustion. Whether you are diagnosing a problem with burning products, trying to figure out why a flame appears blue, or looking to establish the correct amount of fuel in a combustion engine, an oxygen analyzer can be of great help. There are a few different types of oxygen analyzers that you can use depending on your needs and the nature of your work. Some examples of these include –
If you are interested in obtaining a portable oxygen analyzer for your laboratory, there are a few things that you will need. First, you will need a portable oxygen analyzer. Second, you will need a source of reference for determining the air density, PSI, and gram weight of the substances that are being measured. You will also need some type of display and a monitor for the information that you are gathering. A final piece of equipment that will be needed is a portable air sampler that will be used to determine the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air.