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CO2 pH probe adaptation - DO Membrane

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by underwurlde, Jan 3, 2007.

  1. underwurlde

    underwurlde Junior Poster

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    Possible cheap alternative?....

    Some years ago I designed into one of my products a GoreTex hemetic sealing vent. It lets a sealed enclosure 'breath' while at the same time keeping it sealed against water ingression. The product within the range available that I used was a little 12mm diameter disk, with an adhesive ring on one side - you simply stick it over a hole. Part [HASHTAG]#GAW1020613[/HASHTAG]. Now because these little disks were only 40p a pop, it got me thinking - could this be used for the DO membrane?

    See:
    Sensor Protection
    http://www.gore.com/MungoBlobs/167/313/membrane_vents_GAW_101.pdf

    Protective Vents (Waterproof to IP67) - Available as adhesive disks:
    Adhesive and Cut Parts
    Protective Vents - Complete Product List

    I wonder if samples are available via the W.L. Gore & Associates web-site - I'm sure I managed to get some. :rolleyes:

    Andy
     
  2. VaughnH

    VaughnH Lifetime Charter Member
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    Thanks for the tip. That product looks promising, especially the adhesive ones. When I get back to playing with this idea I will look at this more.
     
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