XZR500 oxygen combustion monitoring analyser Michell


Šifra: XZR500

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Delivery time: approximately 3-4 weeks

  • measuring technology: zirconium oxide sensor with metal braid and K-type T/C
  • different sensors for temperatures up to 1300 °C
  • measuring range: 0,01 … 25 % O2
  • accuracy: better than ±2 % of reading
  • response time (T90): 20 s
  • repeatability: ±0,1 %



The XZR500 Michell Oxygen Combustion Monitoring Analyser is designed to determine the excess air required for optimum combustion. It uses advanced zirconium oxide technology to measure oxygen levels in harsh environments such as boilers, incinerators, crematoria and furnaces.

The XZR500 oxygen combustion monitoring analyser from Michell provides fast and accurate readings captured under the harshest conditions. It has a range of sensor lengths from 400 mm to 900 mm, available with several different material options. XZR500 is available in stainless steel, Hastelloy for corrosive environments, and ceramic or silicon carbide for temperatures up to 1300°C. There is no possibility of thermal shock or moisture condensation in the sensor because the analyser uses a close-coupled sample extraction process with the sensor in an oven at 700 °C.

When the Pitot effect is used, the sample is discharged back into the flue pipe and no additional air extraction instrument is needed for sampling. For more demanding applications, such as coal-fired furnaces, return and exhaust air options are available.


XZR500 features

  • no need for reference air with a metal-braided reference sensor
  • long-life zirconium cell for reliable accurate measurements
  • easy maintenance
  • easy calibration every 6 months
  • robust design, easy to use
  • quick and easy installation


Areas of use, applications

  • combustion efficiency in crematoria
  • combustion efficiency and boiler control
  • waste incineration plants and industrial incineration plants
  • coal-fired power plants
  • annealing and galvanising furnaces
  • auxiliary marine boilers



You are invited to see the article ”Combustion efficiency in crematoria”.