Our exhibition plan for the year ahead is already in full swing with Medlab 2019, our first show of the year. The annual event is taking place from 4th to 7th February at the World Trade Centre in Dubai.
The exhibition has been running for 17 years and prides itself on being a powerful business platform connecting the international medical laboratory industry. Organisers of the show expect more than 19,000 professionals to visit from more than 600 companies from countries around the world.
As part of the exhibition a large schedule of conferences will be running alongside the exhibition hall, which is where we’ll be exhibiting with our latest gas detection products for health and safety us in the lab. Analox will be in Za’abeel Hall 2 on stand number Z2.L55 showcasing their newest addition to the Ax60+ the Data Output Module.
The team will be available on the stand to provide hands on demonstrations of our CO2 and O2 depletion monitors, both portable and fixed for lab safety. Workplace safety guidelines and regulations around the world stipulate that gas detection or gas leak monitors should be used in order to maintain staff safety, wherever gas is being used or stored.
Analox offers several units which will help you to adhere to these regulations, the team will have our Ax60+ multi-gas detection monitor for CO2 and O2 depletion with its new add on Data Output Module and our portable CO2 and O2 depletion monitor, the Aspida.
Visitors to the show will also get a chance to listen to the many speakers registered for the event via conferences and workshops being held on site. The timetable includes sessions on reviewing of basic laboratory procedures to identify advanced mechanisms, developing adaptive solutions for daily practice in the lab and innovative technologies emerging in the sector.
If you’d like to register and attend the show you can do so for free here.
Katherine Winter, Account Manager attending Medlab 2019 said, “We’re really looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s Medlab. It’s a great platform to network with potential key partners but also advance our knowledge of the laboratory sector.
“Safety is our priority and we’ll be available to discuss how you can satisfy global health and safety regulations, in order to protect staff at all times. We’re committed to working in partnership with businesses supplying gas to laboratory and medical environments to ensure a comprehensive safety offering on site. Our Ax60+ multi-gas monitor now has the capability to provide status updates of sensors via a 4-20mA or MODBUS output, we’ll also be demonstrating this technology at our stand. We hope to see you there!”
Also attending Medlab, Matt Lambert said, “I’ve already attended an exhibition hosted by Medlab before and had a great time so we’re really looking forward to this years event to meet key businesses in the industry and talk to them about their gas safety detection needs in a laboratory environment.”
If you’re worried about the risk of potential leaks of gas to your staff or colleagues when using helium in MRI rooms, CO2 in incubators or enriched O2 in healing therapies, then please get in contact, or if you’re attending the show, please just come and see us.