Products | Instrumentation | Analytical | Dissolved Oxygen

Honeywell provides accurate and stable dissolved oxygen measurements with its patented equilibrium probe technology, compact transmitters that bring the latest in microelectronics and a versatile analyzer.

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1. Analyzer-UDA2182 Multiple Input
?Analytical instruments measure process variables in liquids in a wide range of chemical processes in the power generation, industrial water, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and pulp and paper industries. Built on Honeywell’s rich expertise in electron Please login for price

2. DirectLine DL424 ppm Transmitter
?Honeywell combines the latest in microelectronics and unique compact design with a differentiated sensing technology in its DirectLine DL424 Transmitter system to measure dissolved oxygen in a wide range of applications including wastewater treatment and Please login for price

3. DirectLine DL425 ppb Transmitter
Honeywell’s DirectLine DL425 ppb Transmitter is used to measure dissolved oxygen. Its compact design combines advanced microelectronics and Honeywell’s unique sensing technologies, for use in a wide range of applications including boiler feedwater in powe Please login for price

4. DL5000 Equilibrium Probe
Honeywell’s DirectLine DL5000 Equilibrium Probe represents field-proven technology in the measurement of dissolved oxygen in the areas of power utility, industrial and municipal waste water treatment. Please login for price


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