OXA-1000 By Rosemount Is Obsolete

This analyzer has fallen off of the proverbial radar! In its day, this was a very good analyzer. The main failure problem is its ZrO2 (zirconium oxide) sensing cell.

This analyzer was commonly referred to as “Ox in a box” (i.e., zirconium oxide based oxygen in a rack mountable chassis).

The unit was fabricated in Shannon, Ireland (a Rosemount factory back in the 70s, 80s, & early 90s).

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