The right level of oxygen in the tanks and basins create the perfect environment for the microbes in the waste water process.
The right amount of oxygen will reduce the operating cost of the plant. The wrong oxygen level can cost extra process hours or days – or ruin the process.
Oxix is developed by MJK to provide exact oxygen measurement using a fluorescent sensor so no oxygen is lost on the measurement.
Oxix has a built-in jet cleaning nozzle, ensuring the small sensor window is clear. This provides the optimal long term efficiency.
Measured values are stored in the built-in data logger and can be read on the multi-language display.
Data can also be transferred to a SCADA system.
Oxix works well in networks with similar transmitters, such as Susix and MagFlux.
For measuring the oxygen level of the water distribution for end-users, the Oxix is a well-proven stable solution with no maintenance on the sensor and a three years warranty on the sensor.
The sensor is a two part sensor consisting of oxygen measurement and a converter displaying the measured values on the clear display. It can also be transferred as 4-20 mA.
The built-in cleaning nozzle can be used with water or air and virtually eliminates any other maintenance of the sensor window.
Measures oxygen based on optical fluorescent measurement - a very trustworthy method.
Oxix can be mounted on a floating ball for surface measurement or on a pipe.
The right level of oxygen, the mg/L, saturation and the temperature are pivotal to provide the optimal FCR.
A built-in cleaning nozzle will keep the sensor window clean without manual work required.
There are several display options. The converter and display provides the most complete solution. But for a quick on-site readout, use the simple LCD display.
Oxix provides Modbus or a 4-20mA signal which can provide the measured data directly to your system software.
Two relays are built-in to assist the control of the oxygen levels, or to be used for external alarms.
The display can store and present data from up to four different Oxix devices (or other MJK products) on a distance of up to 1000 m.