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Process Sensing Technologies

Oxygen Instruments, Analysers and Sensors for Precision Measurements

Process Sensing Technologies (PST) supplies oxygen and gas measuring systems for healthcare environments.

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48 Lancaster Way Business Park,
Ely, Cambridgeshire CB6 3NW,
United Kingdom
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Process Sensing Technologies (PST) designs and manufactures medical-grade oxygen and gas measuring systems, which are critical for monitoring and analysing gases used in healthcare environments. The company consists of a group of established brands, including Analytical Industries, SST Sensing, Ntron and Michell Instruments.

Our sensors and analysers provide reliable and accurate measurement of oxygen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide channelled through a hospital or facility’s medical gas piping network or anywhere a medical gas outlet is available. These gases must be controlled strictly to comply with current operating standards.

We can also provide customised medical sensors for healthcare original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) tailored to individual designs and specifications.

Oxygen ventilator solutions for medical device manufacturers

Process Sensing Technologies offers a number of solutions for oxygen ventilator manufacturers and a wide range of sensors for oxygen leak detection. Oxygen ventilator manufacturers must ensure that medical devices are safe for patient use and comply with standards for the safety and essential performance of medical electrical equipment.

Our oxygen sensors and gas analysers are approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and designed with decades of experience supplying solutions for critical healthcare applications. Every sensor is put through a rigorous inspection programme and its details are logged in our central database.

PST’s range of sensors for oxygen ventilators complies with the IEC60601-1 standard. Many of our sensors are already used by established ventilator manufacturer brands.

Gas measurement solutions for medical applications

Process Sensing Technologies provides oxygen sensors for monitoring gas concentration, gas quality, hospital gas control systems and ambient oxygen environments. Technological advances in air separation have resulted in an increase in demand for oxygen generators in medical and industrial markets.

On-site gas generation provides a cost-effective and safe alternative to traditional cylinder or liquid-type nitrogen and oxygen supply. Pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology has also led to the creation of generators that can supply high-quality medical-use oxygen at source.

Monitors for incubators and glove boxes

Process Sensing Technologies offers a range of gas monitoring instruments suitable for use in medical and laboratory environments such as incubators and glove boxes.

Incubator sensors allow the user to control carbon dioxide, relative humidity, temperature and pH at constant levels. They are designed to mimic a cell’s natural environment and ensure that conditions remain constant.

Our range of sensors for glove box applications includes trace moisture transmitters and oxygen transmitters suitable for various conditions and situations. The sensor exchange programme for moisture and oxygen transmitters ensures that maintenance is quick, simple and causes minimal disruption and downtime.

For more complex glove box applications that require multiple trace impurities to be analysed, PST’s integrated online trace impurity analysers, gas stream selection and gas purifiers provide complete, affordable and reliable turnkey systems.

Custom oxygen sensor technologies for medical applications

Process Sensing Technologies offers a range of sensor technologies, including optical, zirconia and electrochemical sensors. Our industry experts can help you decide which technology is most suited to your medical application based on your requirements.

Our oxygen sensors are designed for advanced life support systems used in intensive care and emergency medical environments. They can also be used for respiratory treatments, anaesthesia, incubators, lung function and ventilation technology.

PST analysers and sensors can be used for a wide range of applications: inerting reactors or vessels; argon, helium or nitrogen purity; natural gas and biogas monitoring; combustion control on boilers and incinerators; cylinder filling and bottling plants; marine inert gas generation; carbon dioxide purity in breweries; and annealing furnaces.

Our devices are designed to meet the rigorous demands of healthcare and provide long-term stability at a reasonable price.

About Process Sensing Technologies

Process Sensing Technologies brings together well-established brands, each with a history of development and renowned for their precise, reliable products, strong innovation and focus on customer service.

We manufacture and supply a leading range of oxygen sensors, gas analysers, measurement instruments and liquid level switches for use in many applications in different industries worldwide.

PST’s oxygen products are designed to require minimal maintenance and are supported by a worldwide network of service engineers and customer service teams. We use a range of technologies unique to each instrument to maximise measurement ranges and applications.

For more information on any of our medical-grade oxygen sensors or gas analysers, please fill in the enquiry form on this page.

Electrochemical Medical Oxygen Sensors

Process Sensing Technologies provides an FDA-approved range of medical electrochemical oxygen sensors, compatible with all major brands and models of medical respirators, ventilators and medical breathing gases.

Handheld Medical Gas Analyzers

AII-2000 and AII-2000 Palm O2 gas analyzers are used for oxygen and other medical gas verification in clinics. FDA approved and maintenance free, they offer long sensor lifetime and battery life.

Zirconia Oxygen Sensors

PST Zirconium Dioxide Sensors are used when measuring ambient gas. They use a unique closed loop measurement system, and continuously measure oxygen levels while also generating a heartbeat signal providing an immediate failure warning.

Optical Oxygen Sensors

The low power, long life LuminOx range of optical sensors measure ambient oxygen levels using a patented luminescence-based optical technology and provide a more cost-effective alternative to electrochemical and galvanic sensors.

Microx Oxygen Analyzer

The Microx Oxygen Analyzer is compact and robust in design and has a fast response time and long service life. It utilises zirconia or electrochemical technology to give accurate and reliable oxygen concentration measurements It comes with a remote sensor and 3 display module mounting options.

MoGas Medical Gas Analyzer

The MoGas Medical gas analyzer range is a wall or surface mounted instrument, used for checking the purity of oxygen produced in medical oxygen generation systems.

Senz-Tx Oxygen Sensor Transmitter

The compact design of the Senz-Tx Oxygen Transmitter is reliable and cost effective in monitoring O2 in gas generation and glove boxes. It uses zirconia or electrochemical technology and performs a minimum output range 0 – 10ppm. The SenzTx can also be supplied with measuring ranges up to 0 – 96% O2 for oxygen concentrators.

MDM300 Series

A portable dew-point hygrometer, offering spot-check measurements of dew point or moisture content in many applications, including compressed air for medical facilities. The sensor responds quickly to changes in moisture and an easy-to-use interface.

Process Sensing Technologies

48 Lancaster Way Business Park
Ely, Cambridgeshire CB6 3NW
United Kingdom

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