Cambridge Sensotec Ltd

Cambridge Sensotec Ltd

Cambridge Sensotec manufactures and distributes gas instrumentation around the world.

Telephone: +44 (0)1480 462 142
Address: 29 Stephenson Road, St Ives
Postcode: PE27 3WJ
Country: United Kingdom
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

Cambridge Sensotec manufactures the popular Rapidox series of gas analysers. Rapidox instruments include oxygen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, SO2 and dewpoint sensors as well as the popular Rapidox SF6 Multigas analyser. Many Rapidox instruments include fast zirconia sensors which are accurate at well below 1ppm.  The Rapidox range includes portable and OEM instruments.

Cambridge Sensotec also distributes a range of portable and fixed gas analysers and detection equipment from manufacturers such as BW Honeywell, Industrial Scientific, Dilo, Witt Gas, HiTech, Viamed, Orbitec and Vandagraph. Products include toxic, oxygen and explosive gas detectors, ATEX approved monitors, welding gas analysers, modified atmosphere (MAP) testing equipment and instruments to monitor medical and diving breathing gases.

Cambridge Sensotec was founded in 1996 near Cambridge, England and is fully ISO9001 certified. It sells worldwide through an established distributor network.

Rapidox 1100Z

Introducing the new Rapidox 1100Z

Cambridge Sensotec’s flagship Rapidox 1100Z oxygen gas analyser is relaunching in November 2018 with a new look, new features and fully upgraded software..

25 October 2018Read in full

Rapidox 7100 Gas Analyser

Control and monitor multiple gases with the Rapidox 7100

The Rapidox 7100 Multigas range of analysers from Cambridge Sensotec is a high specification instrument designed specifically for the analysis, control and monitoring of process gas within a wide range of industries.

1 October 2018Read in full


What's the difference between electrochemical and zirconia sensors?

Cambridge Sensotec's Rapidox 1100 and Rapidox 2100 range of oxygen analysers are particularly suitable for applications such as inert gas blanketing, additive manufacturing, glove boxes, metal heat treatment and research and development projects.

23 August 2018Read in full

Rapidox 3100 multigas analyser range

Analyse multiple gases within process, research and development applications

The Rapidox 3100 multigas analyser range from Cambridge Sensotec includes precision single, dual and triple gas analysis instruments providing powerful functionality and extensive features.

28 June 2018Read in full

Analyser aids oxygen control in combustion applications

Measuring the oxygen within the combustion process is essential as it ensures optimal control, validates oxygen levels and safeguards against potential hazards as well as undesirable reactions.

27 April 2018Read in full

Do you measure multiple gases?

Cambridge Sensotec's Rapidox 7100 Multigas Analyser is a high-precision modular instrument with the ability to analyse up to six gases simultaneously. It has been designed for analysing, controlling and monitoring process gases.

28 March 2018Read in full

Rapidox 5100 is for biogas and syngas applications

Do you analyse, control and monitor gas within biogas, syngas, anaerobic digestion and fermentation processes?

28 February 2018Read in full


Do you use inert gas blanketing within your manufacturing process?

Inert gas blanketing is a process used to protect volatile, combustible or perishable products from undesirable reactions such as oxidation or explosion.

7 February 2018Read in full

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2017 - Cambridge Sensotec's year in review

As 2018 will soon be upon us, Cambridge Sensotec revisits some of the company's exciting achievements in 2017 so far..

29 November 2017Read in full

Measuring gases – what is the fuss about?

Measuring gases – what is the fuss about?

The team at Cambridge Sensotec is dedicated to finding the solutions to your gas analysis requirement. From securing your manufacturing processes or ensuring quality control within your food factory, it has established a wealth of knowledge while operating over the past 17 years.

25 October 2017Read in full

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