Ammonia

We offer great discounts for multiple sensor orders, please see our pricing structure below:

  • 10-49 sensors = 10% discount
  • 50-99 sensors = 15% discount
  • 100+ sensors = 20% discount

We have an extensive range of sensors available; if the particular sensor you require is not listed, please contact our team on Tel: 01367 899553 or email sensororders@shawcity.co.uk to check if we can supply it.

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Series Format Product Name Life Range Details Datasheet
Sensoric 4 Series NH3 3E 100 - 4CTL > 18 mths in air 0-100ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 4 Series NH3 3E 100 SE - 4CTL > 2 years in air 0-100ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 4 Series NH3 3E 1000 - 4CTL > 2 yrs in air 0-1,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 4 Series NH3 3E 1000 SE > 2 yrs in air 0-1,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 4 Series NH3 3E 5000 SE - 4CTL > 2 yrs in air 0-5,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 7 Series NH3 3E 100 - 7CTL > 18 mths in air 0-100ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 7 Series NH3 3E 100 SE - 7CTL > 2 years in air 0-100ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 7 Series NH3 3E 1000 - 7CTL > 18 mths in air 0-1,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 7 Series NH3 3E 1000 SE - 7CTL > 2 yrs in air 0-1,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric 7 Series NH3 3E 5000 SE - 7CTL > 2 yrs in air 0-5,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric CLASSIC NH3 3E 5000 SE - CLASSIC > 2 yrs in air 0-5,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric MINI NH3 3E 100 SE - Mini > 2 years in air 0-100ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric Transmitter Tx NH3 3E 100 SE > 2 yrs in air 0-100ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric Transmitter NH3 3E 1000 SE - Transmitter > 2 yrs in air 0-1,000ppm 3 electrode sensor
Sensoric Transmitter NH3 3E 1000 - Transmitter > 18 mths in air 0-1,000ppm 3 electrode sensor

ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.

ATEX certification ensures that equipment is fit for use within explosive atmospheres and is supplied with adequate information to ensure it can be used safely.

For more information visit: hse.gov.uk/fireandexplosion/atex.htm