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There are two major types of oxygen analyzers found in the aluminum industry: extractive and in-situ sensors.

Designed for use in high temperature environments such as furnaces, boilers, incinerators, power plants, fired heaters, and kilns, UPC-Marathon combustion solutions significantly lower fuel consumption, maintenance costs, and emissions.

Specifically designed for the harsh environment within glass and ceramics furnaces, the Alumina protection tube protects the in-situ oxygen sensor from the silica wash.

The UPC-Marathon "SureBurn" Combustion Optimization System completes the combustion cycle by maintaining the proper excess oxygen level required

The PROTHERM 9800 INDUCTION is a data acquisition and alarm package for induction heat treating equipment that meets industry standard requirements

Need to be AMS2759/10 or 2759/12 compliant? UPC-Marathon nitriding and nitrocarburizing solutions offer compact, fully automatic and cost-effective modules or combination of modules

The heavy-duty NXH Front-Loading gas nitriding / nitrocarburizing furnaces provide flexibility for a wide range of applications.

The multipurpose NXK series of nitriding / nitrocarburizing systems is a cost-conscious and dependable choice for use in small-scale processing

The NXL multi-chamber continuous gas nitriding / nitrocarburizing furnaces is based on flexible and scalable process modules

Typically used in a coal-fired power boiler, the high temperature, in-situ oxygen sensor is generally installed in the boiler water-wall, above the nose arch and above each of the burner banks.

With the harsh atmosphere typical of the Incinerators and Process Heaters, an alumina protective outer sheath is recommended for higher temperature applications.

Designed to withstand the rigors of the steel mill environment - the silicon protective carbide sheath or alumina protective outer sheath is installed in the soak or high heat zones of a reheat furnace.

Rugged, verifiable, in-situ oxygen analyzers for combustion optimization in sulphuric acid production