Ammonia Sensors Live Long

SemeaTech has developed long lasting Ammonia (NH3) electrochemical sensors that it claims have up to 10 times longer lifetime performance than existing products. These Ammonia (NH3) electrochemical sensors have a unique electrolyte that lasts longer (up to 10 times longer – 50,000 ppm hours) than conventional sensors. These long-life sensors are available in ranges from 0 to 100, 500, 1000, 2000 or 5000ppm. They are suitable for monitoring toxic NH3 refrigerant gas leaks. The SemeaTech electrochemical sensors are distributed in North America by:


Electro Optical Components Inc.

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