Rapidox Gas Sampling System Launched
Cambridge Sensotec is pleased to announce the launch of the Rapidox 2112 Multiplex system, designed to allow for the sequential analysis of multiple gas samples using just one analyser. Available with up 15 independent gas inlet ports, the system is ideal for providing sampling throughout the individual stages of a process.
Programmed with bespoke Rapidox software, the 2112 Multiplex allows the user full control over the sampling time and labelling of each channel. The supplied software also synchronises with the Rapidox gas analyser enabling users to easily identify the channels being sampled at any given time.
The Rapidox 2112 Multiplex system is intended for stand-alone applications, which allows the instrument to be integrated with other gas sampling systems or gas process applications requiring multiple sample points.
For further information on the Rapidox 2112 Multiplex system, please contact Cambridge Sensotec on +44 (0)1480 462142 or email email@example.com. Further details can also be found on our website www.cambridge-sensotec.co.uk
A number of new distributors have recently been appointed, in both Vietnam and Turkey. Cambridge Sensotec is dedicated to providing support and guidance to customers across the world and look to further their global expansion in the coming years.
Further information on Cambridge Sensotec’s distributors can be found online. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a distributor of Rapidox products, please contact us on +44 (0)1480 462142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exhibitions – SF6 Gas Analysis
We are pleased to announce that the Rapidox SF6 6100 Pump Back version is to be exhibited at the following two trade shows this spring:
Designed for the analysis of SF6 gas within medium and high voltage gas insulated electrical equipment, the Rapidox SF6 6100 range of gas analysers are a key tool in essential maintenance schedules. Regular analysis of SF6 gas is advised to prevent unnecessary outages, failures and inspections in addition to reducing maintenance expenses.