IntelleDot (Wondersensor)

Oxygen Indicator Packet
IntelleDot oxygen detector

IntelleDot (Wondersensor) Oxygen Detector

IntelleDot is an innovative product that detects oxygen content in packaging, providing information to ensure optimum freshness in a wide spectrum of food and medical applications.

IntelleDot detects oxygen over 0.3% by turning blue. When paper is put in an environment with oxygen of less than 0.1% content IntelleDot’s color becomes pink. One of IntelleDot’s outstanding features is a paper type indicator which is the first of its kind in the entire industry and fits in the food package better than a tablet type indicator.

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IntelleDot Types

Features Regular type suitable for food with Aw 0.6 to 0.9.
Turns blue in more than 0.3% O2 5 to 10 minutes
Turns pink in less than 0.1% O2 2 to 5 hrs.
Suggested Applications Dried Foods, Medical Device, Diagnostics, and Pharmaceuticals.

***Please keep the IntelleDot indicators refrigerated when not in use. Use OAP's (Oxygen Absorbing Packets) to create an oxygen-free atmosphere.***

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Part Number Description Color Quantity Order
OIP20PK Oxygen Indicating Packet Pink to Blue Pack of 20 $28.04/pk
2 or more: $16.85/pk


OIP200PK Oxygen Indicating Packet Pink to Blue Pack of 200 $118.13/pk


OIP3KCS Oxygen Indicating Packet Pink to Blue Case of 3,000 $358.78/case


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