Cambridge Sensotec Limited
Cambridge Sensotec was founded in the year 2000 by Dr Mark Swetnam, Donald Kings and Victor Stekly. Using their vast experience and knowledge the team developed the Rapidox range of bench mounted oxygen analysers. Since then the company has continually developed the Rapidox products considerably to include the analysis of many other gases. Based in the UK, the company has an established worldwide distribution network and ISO 9001 accreditation. The Rapidox gas analysers are now available in portable and rack-mountable configurations with a multitude of sensor options. This includes the introduction of the specialist SF6 gas analysers for the gas-insulated electrical equipment market.
Cambridge Sensotec Ltd specialise in the design and manufacture of gas analysis equipment under the Rapidox brand. Based in the UK, the company have an established worldwide distribution network and ISO 9001 accreditation.
Privately owned and staffed by highly skilled technologists, Cambridge Sensotec is perfectly placed to react to their customers specialised gas analysis requirements.
Cambridge Sensotec is a dynamic and flexible company, and we pride ourselves on the delivery of specialised gas analysis solutions. We have worked with many prestigious academic and research institutes, in addition to many companies who are highly regarded in their industries.
A range of servicing and support options are available. Regular calibration significantly increases the measurement, reliability and repeatability of gas analysis equipment. A full calibration service is available via state-of-the-art automated calibration stations, designed to calibrate Rapidox gas analysers accurately and efficiently.
Close relationships with other businesses have allowed the distribution of a wide range of complementary gas detection products, many of which are available to purchase online. The acquisition of Dynascan in 2014 has also provided us with the ability to deliver innovative packaging seal integrity and leak detection systems.