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New Range of Rapidox SF6 Gas Analysers are launched in China

Cambridge Sensotec announced the launch of their new Rapidox SF6 6100 Pump Back gas analyser at the EP China Exhibition in Beijing this month. The analyser is designed for monitoring SF6 gas within medium and high voltage gas insulated electrical equipment. EP China is an international event organised by the China Electricity Council, showcasing electrical power automation equipment and technology to an international audience.

The Rapidox SF6 6100 Pump Back gas analyser headlined the revamped range of Rapidox SF6 gas analysers on the Cambridge Sensotec stand, attracting many international visitors.

Rapidox SF6 6100 Pump Back Gas Analyser
A fully automatic SF6 gas analyser designed to store the gas samples or pump them back into the electrical equipment at high pressure, with no waste or emissions. Versatile and transportable, the battery powered instrument is housed within a heavy duty Peli case, with wheels and a handle. It is the lightest instrument of its kind on the market, weighing only 17kg. Pre-programmed with ISO and CIGRE compliant test configurations, the portable analyser also includes an integrated thermal printer for printed test results on-site.

Rapidox SF6 6100 Portable Gas Analyser
Portable SF6 gas analysis field instrument, with over 8 hours of battery life, the gas analyser includes a unique Rapidri system to accelerate dew point readings and is pre-programmed with ISO and CIGRE compliant test configurations. A gas output nozzle can be used in conjunction with the Rapidox Gas Recovery Bag. The analyser is housed within an IP66 case and features an integrated thermal printer.

Rapidox SF6 6100 Bench Gas Analyser
Bench mounted SF6, SO2 and H2O analyser fitted with a unique Rapidri system. Features include fully programmable alarm circuits (volt free contacts), programmable analogue outputs (0-5V and 4-20mA), easy calibration (user selectable gases), RS232/RS485 communications and complete data logging software. Ideal for many SF6 analysis applications within the power, medical and process industries. The analyser is also compatible with industry standard gas recovery systems.

EP China - Symposium
Cambridge Sensotec had a unique opportunity to present the Rapidox SF6 6100 Pump Back Gas Analyser at a symposium held at the EP China exhibition. The presentation outlined the benefits of using the Rapidox products within electricity power generation condition based maintenance programs.

EP China hosted over 800 worldwide exhibitors from 16 countries/regions, exhibiting in 8 exhibition halls. Visitors included professionals from many worldwide industries including power supply, power grid construction and transformation, power generation, electricity maintenance and power research and design institutes. To find out more please visit the EP China website.



About Cambridge Sensotec
Cambridge Sensotec Limited is an ISO9001 accredited Company based in the UK. Cambridge Sensotec manufactures the Rapidox range of oxygen gas analysers for industry and academic institutions, with customers worldwide. Cambridge Sensotec comprises a team of technologists with over twenty years experience in the field of oxygen sensors and electronics.

Cambridge Sensotec Rapidox oxygen gas analysers benefit from their ease of use, electrochemical or zirconia O2 sensors, high sensitivity (low oxygen levels), rugged design and long life expectancy. Cambridge Sensotec also manufacture a range of dual and triple gas analysers including a specialist SF6 gas analyser for the power industry.

Cambridge Sensotec are also UK distributors for many fixed and portable gas detectors including BW technologies, Industrial Scientific, Oldham, WITT and Viamed.


For more information, please contact :-

Cambridge Sensotec Ltd.
Tel: +44(0)1480 462142
Fax:+44(0)1480 466032
Email:
sales@cambridge-sensotec.co.uk
Web: www.cambridge-sensotec.co.uk

November 2014

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