We take great pride in our products and services. Certain areas of the business, however, do not always get a mention or the recognition they deserve. In this month’s newsletter, we would like you to take a closer look at the accessories range. Also, look out for a little advice at the end!
The Rapidox 2112 Multiplex is ideal for those who want to analyse from multiple gas sources using just one analyser. The Multiplex comes with 5, 10 or 15 independent gas inlet ports that can be fed to a single gas outlet. This unit is intended for stand-alone applications although there is a manual override setting. To learn more about the Rapidox 2112 Multiplex, click here.
Cambridge Sensotec stocks a wide range of filters to suit all requirements; some available with purchase with others ‘after-sale’. The Small Filter, or Particulate Filter as it is also known (as shown on the right), is our most popular filter thanks to its all-round performance. Here is a technical insight into the filter:
Optional basic in-line particulate and coalescing filter with 1/4″ nipple fittings. Fitted with PVDF filter to remove >99.99% of 0.1um particles; use in other direction to remove vapours. Recommended for gas measurements >10ppm O2.
To learn more about the accessories available, and how they can help with your gas analysis requirements, please contact us.
From now on, each month we will give you more advice and insights into how you can improve your use of Cambridge Sensotec’s products or tackle problems you may face.
This month’s Cambridge Sensotec top tip comes from our Production Manager, Luke Shields:
‘If you are worried that your Zirconia analyser is giving unexpected readings, and that it may have been used in a contaminated environment there’s a simple response. Try leaving the analyser running in fresh air for 24 to 48 hours, the sensor may well burn the contamination away and begin to measure accurately again.’