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Common needs uniting the underlying process equipment for this massive variety of distinct gas mixing systems include low cost of ownership and operation, high precision, and multi-stream capabilities
Since oxygen sensors are used in such a wide range of critical applications, calibration is essential to correct drift over time and guarantee highly repeatable measurements.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is MXM a software-based gas mixer?
Can MXM be upgraded or reconfigured after purchasing?
Can MXM also add humidity to the mixed gas stream?
Does MXM allow for mixing fuel gases with oxidizing gases?
Can the same gas type be connected to more than one MFC control channel?
For example, Argon is assigned to a 5 SLPM unit as well as a 50 SLPM unit, allowing for a total possible Argon flow of 55 SLPM. Depending on the instantaneous requirement for Argon in the mixture, MXM will choose to utilize either (or both) controllers to meet the demand, with the best accuracy and control possible.
Can MXM change gas mixtures "on the fly"?
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