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What Gases and Chemicals to Avoid When Using SST’s Zirconium Dioxide Oxygen Sensors

What Gases and Chemicals to Avoid When Using SST’s Zirconium Dioxide Oxygen Sensors

Many oxygen sensors have cross sensitivity issues associated with them therefore it is important to know the root cause of the cross sensitivity in order to avoid environments that may pollute your zirconium dioxide oxygen sensor. There are specific gases and chemicals that have a negative influence on SST’s Zirconium Dioxide Oxygen Sensors, particularly on... Read more
What Gases and Chemicals to Avoid When Using SST’s Zirconium Dioxide Oxygen Sensors

Prolonging the life of your Zirconia oxygen sensor – Helpful hints and tips

How to get the most out of your Zirconium Dioxide Oxygen Sensor? This article gives an overview of helpful hints on how to pro-long the life of SST’s Zirconia Oxygen Sensors. The application in which the zirconia oxygen sensor is operating influences the life of the sensor. To ensure the sensor does not fail prematurely,... Read more
Prolonging the life of your Zirconia oxygen sensor – Helpful hints and tips

SST Adds Industrial Level Sensor to it’s Portfolio

Complementing its standard Optomax liquid level switch offering, SST Sensing’s Industrial Level Sensor, Optomax Industrial Glass, devices are highly suited to installation within harsh industrial environments.

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SST Adds Industrial Level Sensor to it’s Portfolio

Update on Wado Kai Central Karate

The Wado Kai Central Karate team attended the British International Championship on the 30th September. This was a fantastic championship to challenge their athletes but they done themselves and their club very proud.

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Update on Wado Kai Central Karate

Additional housing options for the non-depleting LuminOx 0-25% optical oxygen sensors from SST Sensing Ltd

The LuminOx family are gaseous state 0-25% optical oxygen sensors developed and manufactured by SST Sensing Ltd. The measurement principle uses the non-depleting principle of luminescence quenching.

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Additional housing options for the non-depleting LuminOx 0-25% optical oxygen sensors from SST Sensing Ltd

Liquid Level Sensors for Lean Manufacturing

A well known issue within the manufacturing industry is the constant need to improve and decrease the amount of waste.

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Liquid Level Sensors for Lean Manufacturing

Innovative Sensor Technology Assists NASA with Vital Wearable CO2 Monitoring Equipment

By Siobhan Molloy, SST Sensing & Rachael Barton, GSS Within a self-contained system where humans are respiring, there will be a build up toxic CO2 levels over time. As a consequence, in any form of spacecraft where humans are present, effective mechanisms for removing CO2 and resupplying oxygen need to be implemented. However, operational necessities still dictate... Read more
Innovative Sensor Technology Assists NASA with Vital Wearable CO2 Monitoring Equipment

What Causes Float Switches to Fail?

Even although there are various types of level sensing technologies on the market today, many people associate a liquid level sensor with a “float switch”. For many applications where liquids need to be monitored within a tank or other container, float switches are the most cost effective solution. There are various types of float switches... Read more
What Causes Float Switches to Fail?

SST is Delighted to Announce Sponsorship with Scotland’s 16 year old Golfing Star, Jamie Roberts

Jamie first picked up a golf club aged 9 at the Juniors Night at Muckhart Golf Club in Clackmannanshire where his dad is a member.  As well as enjoying the social side at that age he quickly took to the sport and was a regular at Juniors Night and began living on the golf course... Read more
SST is Delighted to Announce Sponsorship with Scotland’s 16 year old Golfing Star, Jamie Roberts

Point Level Sensing Vs Continuous Level Sensing – What is the difference?

There are many different level sensing technologies to choose from on the market today, some very simple, easy to use and cost effective, others more complex and very expensive.

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Point Level Sensing Vs Continuous Level Sensing – What is the difference?

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