The Air Check Advantage Carbonyl Sulfide (COS) Monitor is a compact extractive gas sampling system designed for the continuous detection and measurement of toxic gas leaks. It is capable of sampling over distances of up to 100 feet (33 meters). The COS monitor is a single-point monitoring system built into a general-purpose, polycarbonate housing that may be wall-mounted. It’s designed to require as little space for installation as possible.
Sampling pump with monitoring capabilities up to 100ft
User Selectable Dual Level Alarm and System Fault Relays
4-20mA analog output connects to PLC (Active)
The Air Check Advantage Carbonyl Sulfide Gas Monitor is ideal for facilities that require continuous monitoring and protection of personnel around semiconductor process tools. The built-in pump allows for monitoring up to 100 feet away and is perfect for use in valve manifold boxes or spaces that are not easily accessible. This monitor is well suited for environments such as semiconductor clean rooms where toxic gas is present.
Extractive Sample Draw
Carbonyl Sulfide (COS)
0 – 50ppm
-0° to 50°C (0° to +30°C)
Disposable electrochemical cell
2-3 years under normal conditions
Gas Concentration Indicator
Built-in LCD Back-Lit Digital Display – Displays, Gas Name, ppm Concentration, AL1, AL2, System Fault Messages
4-20 mA Analog Output (Active)
Alarm Level 1
Alarm Level 2
Electromagnetic DC Diaphragm Pump
2.0 A 24 VDC
10.0 in 254 mm
6.5 in 165.1 mm
8.05 in 204.5 mm
10 lb (4.5 kg)
1 Other ranges available, consult factory. 2 Longer sampling lengths are available, consult PureAire Monitoring Systems.
Low Annual Operation Cost
The PureAire Air Check Advantage Carbonyl Sulfide Monitor has a built-in, low-power pyrolizer, and long-life sample pump.
Connects to DCS and PLC Controls
The Air Check Advantage Carbonyl Sulfide Monitor transmits continuous gas concentration levels to any distributive control system, programmable logic controller, or PureAire’s proprietary single and multichannel controllers. The monitor can operate up to 1,000 meters, 0.6 miles from centralized distributive control systems.