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Category Archives: Breathing air
Confined space- Emergency exit for an underground tank.
The most frequent confined spaces found in the beverage and hospitality industry include cellars, walk-in coolers, commercial refrigerators and freezers. These cool areas are built with limited space and an airtight seal, the risk is even more heightened due to their use of CO2. A carbon dioxide leak would quickly become a health hazard to an employee entering the … Continue reading
The team at Dive Georgia, look out for them at this year's DEMA!
Safety meets adventure at DEMA We’re supporting our partner Dive Georgia at this year’s DEMA, the global destination for scuba diving industry. The exhibition provides a platform for all those who work in, and are passionate about the dive industry, to check out the latest equipment developments and trends emerging. Analox’s safety devices, for checking the levels … Continue reading
Not so scary ghost is easier to see than CO2 gas!
Halloween can be a scary time of year, with tales of ghosts and ghouls, spookily decorated houses and everyone from kids to animals dressed as spiders, witches, zombies and mummies… but make sure they’re the only things making you want to pass out! Another invisible threat that could get your heart rate up and take your breath away, is … Continue reading
Tech Asia, an Analox Partner, are a technical diving company in the Philippines and Asia, providing ‘quality courses, diving, and support for technical diving at all levels, from simple Nitrox, all the way to full Trimix.’ As well as being technical diving specialists, Tech Asia the company offers local diving trips, the opportunity for international travel and expeditions, and attendance … Continue reading
Make sure your business is compliant with Health and Safety regulations for workplace exposure limits.
Workplace exposure limits – what you should know to be legally compliant in Europe. Exposure Limits Do you comply with the European standards? If you don’t know, this blog will shed some light on the regulations and if you do know, then this blog will provide you with the confidence that you’re already legally compliant. EH40 is a list of … Continue reading
Azote Industrial Gas Solutions, based in New Zealand, provide on-site nitrogen and oxygen generators across a wide range of applications and will be attending this year’s renowned FoodTech PackTech (FTPT) exhibition in Auckland from 18th – 20th September. The 3 day event hosted at ASB Showgrounds, Auckland is New Zealand’s largest food manufacturing, packaging and processing technology trade show. … Continue reading
Helium is used in the MRI process as a coolant.
Last week marked the 150th year since helium was discovered during a solar eclipse, by the French scientist Jules Janssen. If this conjures up images of party balloons and seeing who’s high pitched voice can sound the funniest*, you wouldn’t be wrong, but helium is also an integral element within many other different applications. Helium (He) is one of the … Continue reading
Tunnel Ravne is a network of underground passages and chambers built in ancient times by an unknown prehistoric culture. At some point in history it was deliberately blocked up with dry stone walls backed with thousands of tons of sand and gravel. Tunnel Ravne was discovered in 2005 by Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich Ph.D., Principal Investigator. It is being … Continue reading
If you need a robust, continuous, comprehensive gas monitoring solution for your diving system or decompression chamber, the SDA range from Analox is for you. Where is the SDA range used? The SDA range is predominantly used in the following industries: Air/surface supplied diving Saturation diving Decompression chambers Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) chambers In air diving, the SDA O2 can … Continue reading
High quality breathing air is important to a wide range of industries.
Contact us to find out more about how we can help with your compressed breathing air safety requirements, or sign up to our blog for twice-weekly updates about the gas industry. At first glance the physiological demands of the firefighter, the scuba diver and the hospital patient have little in common. One is trained to deal with fire and rescue, … Continue reading