Cambridge Fluid Systems

Cambridge Fluid Systems are experts in Ultra High Purity gas and liquid control solutions. We specialise in sophisticated, fabricated gas and liquid control systems, providing consultation and engineering expertise to the Semiconductor, Photovoltaic, Pharmaceutical, Aerospace and Energy sectors.

Welcome to the home of innovative and sustainable gas and liquid control solutions.

As part of the Ham-Let group, Cambridge Fluid Systems (CFS) has global scale and reach working with high technology industries, such as Semiconductor, Photovoltaic, Pharmaceutical, Aerospace and Energy to offer reliable, cost-effective, quality solutions.

CFS are a full-service provider and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) for high technology industries, committed to delivering the performance you demand, on time and on budget.

We understand the challenges faced with fluid delivery and control systems and where possible take a holistic approach to ensure safety, cost, system design, aesthetics, space, compatibility, efficiency, are all considered to deliver the best possible customised solution. Through system design we can make best use of space and ensure a smooth-flowing system, using the minimum number of connections and adaptors and providing a fixed price quotation.

We offer a comprehensive service from specification and integrated system design through to gas installation and on-going gas system maintenance.

We focus on continuous improvement to achieve operational excellence by aligning people, processes and technology. This ensures you receive the highest quality, most reliable and cost-effective service possible.

CFS enables customers to transform performance in gas and liquid applications and help our customers innovate by increasing uptime, reducing costs, improving reliability and automating fluid control processes.


Products and services

Orbital Welding

Cambridge Fluid Systems use orbital TIG welding to ensure the highest standards of quality and safety. Carried out in an inert atmosphere, this controlled technique produces results that are extremely clean.

The precision of orbital TIG welding means even the smallest standard tube diameters from 1/8”  can be processed. On a larger scale, pipes with diameters up to 170mm and walls up to 3.5mm thick can be joined.

Many different types of metal can be welded, including high-strength, high-temperature and corrosion-resistant steels (316L EP SS), unalloyed and low-alloyed carbon steels, nickel alloys, titanium, copper, aluminium and associated alloys.

Owing to its ability to realise high purity results, orbital welding is ideal in the production of clean-room components for the semiconductor industry. Its application has now expanded to the construction of pipework and equipment for diverse industries such as food processing, pharmaceuticals, chemical engineering, automotive engineering, biotechnology and aerospace. 

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