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Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Detector

A hydrogen peroxide gas detector is an important safety device used in a variety of industries and locations. Detectors operates by monitoring the hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) concentration in ambient air and notifying operators or staff if it reaches hazardous levels.

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Depending on the requirements, hydrogen peroxide gas detectors come in a number of configurations. For rapid readings in the field, portable devices are available, whereas fixed detectors are installed for continuous monitoring in commercial or laboratory settings.

Hydrogen peroxide industrial uses

For over 100 years, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2),  has been used in numerous industrial applications. It is utilized in many industries, including food processing, paper, textiles, and pharmaceuticals.

Because of its ability to sterilize and disinfect, hydrogen peroxide is frequently utilized in the pharmaceutical industry. It is employed as a bleaching agent in the textile industry. Its bleaching abilities are employed in the pulp and paper industries to create sulfide-free paper products. As an antibacterial and cleaning agent, hydrogen peroxide is also utilized in the food processing industry.

Hydrogen peroxide Sensor Types

A highly reactive gas that can be harmful to both people and the environment. H2o2 is frequently used within industry for a range of applications. It’s critical to monitor and control concentration levels within ambient air.

Electrochemical sensors are the most commonly used H2O2 sensors. They uses electrodes within an electrolyte solution to detect H2O2. When H2O2 is present the electrical output is changed which can be read and interpreted as a signal. This signal is used to activate an alarm system. Electrochemical sensors are capable of detecting very low concentrations.