Catalyst Monitoring System

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Catalyst Monitoring System

Get the current status of your catalyst and know when it should be changed

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This new feature is a very efficient and effective way of alerting users to both the condition of the catalyst and the anaerobic atmosphere in a Whitley Workstation. This patented device is an ingenious system, which requires only a minimal amount of unobtrusive hardware.

Do you need to keep very strict anaerobic conditions?

Do you know the best time to change the catalyst?

Would you like your workstation to automatically test your catalyst/atmosphere on a daily basis reducing the need for control plates?

The Catalyst Monitoring System is a factory-fitted option for Whitley Anaerobic Workstations. It is set to conduct the test overnight so that when you arrive at the lab in the morning, a pop-up box on the touchscreen informs you of the status of the catalyst. ‘Green’ means all is fine and there is plenty of life left in the catalyst; ‘amber’ means the catalyst performance is reduced; and ‘red’ means that the catalyst should be changed to maintain good anaerobic conditions.

The test may also be run manually if required. This test is very valuable because it confirms that the catalyst is working and that hydrogen is present in the atmosphere, both of which are essential for the maintenance of strict anaerobic conditions.

This option can be used either on its own or in conjunction with the Whitley Anaerobic Conditions Monitor, which provides continuous monitoring of the level of oxygen present in your workstation.


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