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Distributors wanted

We are looking for companies to join our family of distributors. Advantages of being an Analox distributor include:

 

  • your own dedicated account manager with a solid understanding of your local requirements
  • a 24/7 technical support line
  • inclusion in the distributor section of our website
  • full marketing support
  • knowledge that you are selling high-quality, reliable products which look after the air you breathe

 

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ASPIDA - DUAL CO2 AND O2 PORTABLE MONITOR

The dual Aspida is an ideal solution to protect staff in breweries, pub cellars and restaurants, as well as delivery drivers. Personal and portable, it safeguards against potentially fatal CO2 and N2 leaks.

Stone Brewing Company love our Aspida - calling it "easy to use".

Contact us to find out more about how the Aspida can keep your staff safe from the dangers of gas leaks.



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What?

The Aspida is a robust, high specification personal CO2/O2 monitor which can be worn on a belt or even wall mounted as a backup to a primary safety system. Offering audio/visual alarms, data logging and a man down alarm for lone workers, it is an ideal solution to protect staff from the dangers of a leak of carbon dioxide or nitrogen.

Why?

Standards such as EH40 and TUV in Europe mandate that employees and members of the public are not exposed to potentially dangerous levels of CO2 as it is a highly toxic gas in relatively small quantities. Guidelines also advise consideration be given to the installation of oxygen monitors where inert gases such as nitrogen are used as a leak can cause an asphyxiation risk.  

 

The Aspida is an affordable, easy to operate gas detection monitor and is ideal for ensuring safety in areas where the gas is piped or stored such as in a cellar, brewery or fast food restaurant. It operates using rechargeable battery technology allowing it to run for more than 12 hours continuously between charges.

Where?

The Aspida is usually worn on the belt of the user but can also be wall mounted as a backup to a primary gas detection system. It is most commonly used globally by beverage gas delivery drivers and technicians.


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