MechaTech Systems are specialists in the manufacture, supply and maintenance of a range of S35 Multi-purpose Gas Sampling Systems (Total Oxidation Units) and Particulate Collection Systems, for sulphur 35, carbon 14 and tritium, in carbon dioxide and in air.
Our nuclear power generation customers include EDF, Magnox and their supply chain including Brammer and Rexel.
We also supply spares, such as S35-01A Tube Furnaces (also known as oxidation furnaces or instrument conditioning heaters) and glassware originally supplied by Severn Science Ltd.
Gas Sampling and Particulate Collection Systems for Sulphur 35, Carbon 14 and Tritium
MechaTech Systems manufacture and support a range of gas sampling systems and particulate collection systems for use within the nuclear power generation industry.
This includes particulate sampling units, used to sample stack gas filters, and collect radioactive iodine species for analysis, multipurpose gas samplers, tritium sampling units; and Multipurpose sampling systems for sampling Sulphur 35, Carbon 14 and Tritium, in Carbon dioxide and in air.
We also offer Service Contracts for scheduled equipment service at preferential rates, and upgrades or modifications to existing gas sampling units and particulate collection systems, including those that were supplied by Severn Science.
We are registered on Achilles UVDB database, and regularly supply and support nuclear power stations throughout the UK, both direct to EDF and Magnox also and via their preferred partners, including Brammer, ERIKS, Costain, Studsvik and Babcock.
S35 Gas Sampling Spare Parts
MechaTech Systems supply tube furnaces (also known as oxidation furnaces or instrument conditioning heaters) to the nuclear power generation industry. We use original Severn Science part numbers, so that identification is clear and straightforward.
- S35 110V furnace
- S35 Silica reaction tubes
- S35 thermocouples
- SC575 furnace
- High temperature gaskets
MechaTech Systems supply the full range of gas sampling spares, silica reaction tubes, thermocouples etc, which were originally supplied by Severn Science Ltd.