Orbital Welding

Cambridge Fluid Systems use orbital welding to ensure the highest standards of quality and safety. 

Orbital welding is a standardised and computer controlled process that produces consistent high purity results. High purity means that there is no oxidisation/contamination after the weld process present on the inside wetted surface of the tube that carries the process gas.

Because of the inherent control of the orbital welding process, 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 by orbital welding. Cambridge Fluid Systems are currently developing an orbital welding process for pipe up to 6mm wall thickness.

Ultra high purity applications

From a contamination control perspective, the UHP gas distribution system does not end at the supply connection to the equipment The same...

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Installations

Design Service

Design Service

At Cambridge Fluid Systems, we offer a comprehensive installation design service.

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References

References

CFS have designed and installed a number of UHP gas systems for many facilities.

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PSSR 2000

PSSR 2000

CFS will provide a written scheme of examination that complies with PSSR.

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Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

CFS will carry out a full risk assessment to determine the system requirements.

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Our Latest Projects

Gas Panels & Manifolds

Cambridge Fluid Systems brings to your project the expertise gained from being a trusted supplier to key markets in ultra-high purity gas...

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