Two Blue Maxtec Oxygen Sensors

Discover the Maxtec Advantage

Top quality medical oxygen sensors designed for your ventilators and respiratory devices

What Goes Into a Maxtec Sensor

Galvanic Fuel Cell

Each sensor uses a chemical reaction to produce electrical output that results in a linear, stable response.

Long, Stable Life

A large internal volume of electrolyte allows for increased stability and a longer lifespan of the sensor.

Gold Cathode

Gold cathodes eliminate the growth of lead oxide crystals; this growth occurs with silver cathodes, which are commonly found in other sensors.

Oxygen Barrier Tape

Red barrier tape restricts the available oxygen level during storage to about 7%, which helps preserves the life of the sensor.

Titanium Mesh

Paired with the hydrophobic membrane, this titanium piece provides added protection and promotes durability.

Hydrophobic Membrane

A hydrophobic membrane prevents condensation from entering the sensor, which could negatively affect the sensor’s functionality.

Made in America

Maxtec sensors are proudly manufactured in the USA.

Customer Service

We have a superior customer service team available for all of your needs before, during, and after your sensor use.

What's Inside
What's Inside A Maxtec Sensor?

Let's take a look at all the components that come together to make our Maxtec oxygen sensors.

Potato Battery
How Oxygen Sensors Work

What does a battery, a potato and an oxygen sensor all have in common? You might be surprised to learn they have more in common than you might think.

What's Inside
Potato Battery

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