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Category Archives: Laboratory
According to the International Labour Organisation, approximately 7,500 people die everyday due to work related accidents caused by unsafe or unhealthy conditions- that’s more than 2.7 million deaths per year! To support the World Day for Health and Safety at Work campaign, today’s blog is going to focus on the dangers of CO2 in the workplace and why you might … Continue reading
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 … 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
Ax60+ mulit-gas detection system with Data Output Module communications unit.
Get Connected The latest addition to our Ax60+ multi-gas monitor is available to pre-order now. The new functionality called the Data Output Module, allows customers to connect readings from their Ax60+ gas detection monitor to a Building Management System (BMS) or Building Automation System (BAS) or central control panel. The Data Output Module uses 4-20mA signal or MODBUS digital communication … 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
You may be in need of an oxygen monitor if you work in the hospitality industry, especially in breweries and in food packaging. However if you work in a laboratory, oxygen monitoring is essential. Inert gases and nitrogen Inert gases and nitrogen displace oxygen in the atmosphere, meaning a gas leak can cause oxygen to drop to dangerous … Continue reading
Is your laboratory protected?
Click here to view our gas detectors for laboratories Find out more about the oxygen monitoring guidelines which were established in Italy which require the use of room oxygen sensors in Italian laboratories. New Guidelines for the storage of nitrogen have been established in Italy which highlight changes to oxygen monitoring procedures. These guidelines are approved by the Italian … Continue reading
At Analox, we work closely with our distributors and support them in the selling of our products. Lab Logistics Group, (LLG), one of Analox’s key distributors for gas detection systems used in laboratory settings, held a day where suppliers could go along to discuss current themes in the laboratory industry, showcase products, and it also provided a great hub for … Continue reading
We know that the humble carbon dioxide monitor is not the most exciting or sexiest thing in the world, but we take pride in our gas monitoring solutions here at Analox and are happiest when people are kept safe from potentially fatal gas leaks. With this in mind, we present a list of fun facts about carbon dioxide which we … Continue reading