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ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE COVER STORY THE LATEST IN HIGH PERFORMANCE GAS SENSORS


With over 300 sensor products for detecting 28 common and exotic gases, Shawcity works closely with businesses and organisations across a diverse range of fields


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hawcity is an EMEA strategic channel partner for City Technology


(including Sensoric), the world’s leading manufacturer of gas sensing technology. With over 300 high performance sensor products detecting 28 common and exotic gases, Shawcity’s range includes 3, 4, 5 and 7 Series, MICROcel, MICROpel and Sensoric sensors. With high performance sensors used across various applications, Shawcity works closely with businesses and organisations operating in fields as diverse as medical, metal processing, chemical, automotive, agriculture, pharmaceutical, textiles, water & waste water treatment, mining, pulp & paper processing, gas detection/monitoring manufacturers, petrochemical, utilities and R&D institutes, including leading universities. Shawcity’s customer base stretches


across the entire EMEA region catering for companies of all sizes and specialisms. Understanding requirements within the industry, Shawcity offers advice for R&D and start-up projects, one-offs and sample sensor orders, account support for quantity breaks and a range of stock available for immediate dispatch. At Sensors & Instrumentation


2018, Shawcity will be showcasing City’s latest long-life oxygen, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide sensors as part of its extensive high performance range.


enhanced response time in extreme conditions. Based on “electrochemical pump” technology, the design avoids using a consumable anode (lead) thereby removing the life-limiting component of many other oxygen sensors. This technology significantly reduces the cost of ownership and the occurrence of field failure, helping manufacturers to reduce their servicing costs. Available in 4 and 5 Series formats, the 40xLL and 50xLL have a seven year life. They offer fast response and recovery times and are highly stable.


Shawcity’s product range includes:


3 Series • Wide variety, many with 4-20mA or mV transmitter boards • General industry applications • Flue gas emissions monitoring • Ambient air monitoring • Medical gas applications. 4 Series Industry standard for portable gas detectors: • Oxygen and toxic gases • IR version for carbon dioxide and methane • Fully certified pellistors for combustible gas detection. 5 Series Premium gas sensors for optimal performance in harsh environments: • Flue gas analysers • Combustion efficiency monitors • Oxygen, carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen compensated carbon monoxide. 7 Series • General gas detection applications • Oxygen and numerous toxic gases • For use in portable or fixed gas detectors • Medical gas applications. MICROcel Shawcity’s smallest, most compact sensors: • Oxygen, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, fully certified combustible gas sensors.


HYDROGEN SULFIDE SENSORS Sensoric cells are designed for operation in a wide range of environments and harsh conditions. Based on three- electrode electrochemical technology, the new 3E 2000 S is a very selective, high capacity sensor ideal for use in landfill and biogas applications. Available in Mini, Classic, Smart (8 pin pocket) and 4 and 7 Series formats, the sensor has a 15 month operating life in normal use. It has a fast response time: T90 < 60 sec, baseline offset: < ±250 nA and lower detection limit: < 20 ppm.


4OXLL AND 5OXLL OXYGEN SENSORS The 40xLL and 50xLL long-life oxygen sensors are designed to work in an analyser for up to seven years - the entire life of the instrument. Available in 4 and 5 Series formats, they offer an


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A5F+ CARBON MONOXIDE SENSORS The new A5F+ provides extended range CO sensing (for use up to 20,000ppm) above the capacity of the established A5F sensor. This eliminates the need for a second sensor in instruments certified for “high range” applications. The sensor uses a H2 compensated four electrode design and a high capacity SOx / NOx filter, providing over five years’ life in typical usage cycles. This sensor fully complies with EN 50379-2 and 3.


MICROpel • Combustibles. Sensoric • Electrochemical toxic gas sensors • Excellent performance detecting 20 different gases • Widest exotic toxic gas sensor offer on the market • Mini, classic, smart, 4 and 7 Series • Can be supplied with 4-20mA transmitter boards.


SHAWCITY OFFERS CITY SENSORS FOR THE DETECTION OF THE FOLLOWING GASES:


Ammonia Arsine Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Chlorine Chlorine Dioxide Diborane Ethylene Oxide Fluorine Hydrazine


Hydrogen Hydrogen Bromide Hydrogen Chloride Hydrogen Cyanide Hydrogen Fluoride Hydrogen Selenide Hydrogen Sulfide Mercaptan Nitric Oxide Nitrogen Dioxide


Oxygen Ozone


Phosgene Phosphine Silane Sulfur Dioxide Tetrahydrothiophene Combustibles Exhaust gases General air quality


For more information or technical advice, contact the Shawcity team at solutions@shawcity.co.uk. T: 01367 899 419 www.shawcity.co.uk/sensorrange


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