Sensor cleaner

Sponsored by
Analytical Technology Inc.

Analytical Technology's Q-Blast Auto-Clean provides the ideal answer for automatic sensor cleaning. Employing a unique air-blast cleaning function, sensors can be cleaned as often as necessary without operator attention. Pulses of pressurized air remove accumulated solids from the critical sensing areas, resulting in a reliable signal for aeration control. The Q-Blast Auto-Clean package includes the monitor and the cleaner air supply in one convenient package for easy installation. This Auto-Clean system is available to fit the new Q46D Dissolved Oxygen Monitor and the new Q46PR pH / ORP Monitors.

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