Model 1000M Methane Catalytic Oxidizer

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The Model 1000M methane catalytic oxidizer is an easy to use, reliable method for the removal of methane or carbon monoxide. Ideal for use with any of Sabio’s air sources, this oxidizer is extremely effective in furthering the reduction of air pollutants for clean air applications. The Model 1000M methane oxidizer meets industry requirements for thermal oxidation
with increased oven reliability and stability, faster rise times, and higher converter efficiencies. Average converter efficiency is 95% or greater.

The proprietary two-stage, multiple path tube and oven design enable the Model 1000M the ability to oxidize reactive species at relatively low temperatures. Oven temperature is precisely maintained by a microprocessorbased temperature controller driving a high-capacity optically isolated triac control module. The dual display temperature controller uses pulse width
modulation to regulate the heating cycle and minimize thermal noise from on/off cycling. A thermal cutoff switch works with the heating element to protect the electronic
circuitry and oven from thermal overload conditions.

Temperature Controller

Proportional heater control
Digital display of set point

5.25” (13.3 cm) H x 19” (48.3 cm) W x 15” (38.1cm) D

18 lbs (8.2 kg)

Power Requirements
98-132 VAC (optional 196-264) 360 VA, 50/60 Hz

Air Quality
CO < 5 ppb
HC < 0.20 ppb

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