Cambridge Sensotec has revised and greatly improved the Rapidox gas recovery bag to meet the harsh demands of the industrial gas recovery sector.
The Rapidox gas recovery bag is designed for the collection of SF6 and many other gases from any compatible gas analyser including the Rapidox 3100-C IR SF6 multigas analyser.
The new design is made from extremely tough DP472 PU (712028) coated polamide material and has a safety blow off valve incorporated. It also has a strong rope reinforced carry handle for enhanced portability. The second generation of the gas recovery bag is designed to meet a set of rigorous specifications and is manufactured in the UK.
Since the signing of the Kyoto treaty any discharge of SF6 must be contained and recovered or recycled. The Rapidox gas recovery bag, which has a maximum volume of 80 litres, enables the user to quickly and efficiently sample multiple sites and ensure that no SF6 escapes into the atmosphere.
The contents of the bag can either be decanted into a permanent storage bottle or into a recovery / recycling system. Using the recovery bag in conjunction with a Rapidox 3100-C IR SF6 multigas analyser allows Cambridge Sensotec’s customers to run cost saving condition based maintenance programmes.
Due to increasing customer demand for a cost effective single gas SF6 analyser, Cambridge Sensotec has released the Rapidox 3100C IR SF6 SGM – the firm’s latest single gas mains analyser.
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