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We began developing our newest dual gas detection monitor, the Ax60+, in the summer of 2016. An evolution of our Ax60 carbon dioxide monitor, the Ax60+ offers modular gas detection at a competitive price point. The Ax60+ – dual gas detection across a wide range of industries Several combinations of gas monitoring are available with the Ax60+, with the first … Continue reading
Argon is an inert gas often used in laboratory settings. In this blog, we look at how an argon alarm can keep you safe. Analox specialise in monitoring gases including oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen, but we do cater to some of the more unusual gases too. One of these gases is argon. What is argon? Argon (Ar) is a … Continue reading
Getting festive on Christmas Jumper Day 2016!
A lot of people can’t wait for 2016 to finish. It’s been a bizarre year, there’s no doubt about that, but Analox Sensor Technology has had a lot of exciting times too. Read on to see what we’ve been up to this year… New products We developed two new products in 2016 – the Ax60+ multi-gas monitor and TEC CO … Continue reading
We’ve previously looked at the dangers of oxygen (O2) depletion and its effects on the human body. However did you know that high levels of O2 can also be dangerous? Enriched O2 is used in several industries including diving, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), gas production and gas blending stations, medical gases such as nitrous oxide (N2O) and O2 mixes, mining, … Continue reading
GasDetect, a comprehensive safety business supplying, installing and maintaining equipment for advanced gas detection requirements, will be exhibiting at Ajour 2016. The exhibition, based in Odense, Denmark on the 24th -25th of November, will showcase the latest technologies and innovations across several industries. Ajour highlights itself as a platform where businesses can meet technical managers and decision makers face to … Continue reading
Paul from Gas Monitor Point (centre) with Mel and Matt from Analox.
Gas Monitor Point was set up in 2011 and they supply a range of gas detection and monitoring equipment as well as offering calibration services. The company is based in Merseyside and is part of the Point Safety Ltd Group which was formed by their Managing Director Paul Kimberley. Paul has several years experience in the service and supply of … Continue reading
Find out more about gas monitoring in China in our latest blog post, when the Analox team went two very different exhibitions, and to see customers and distributors. After one week in China, two exhibitions, three networking events and an abundance of customer, distributor and sales visits, the team have arrived exhausted, but safely back to the Analox offices. Describing … Continue reading
Find out more about our O2NE+ oxygen depletion monitor at Analytica China
Analox Sensor Technology (AST) will be a part of one of the largest international laboratory exhibitions, being held in Shanghai, China, from 10th-12th October. The exhibition is expected to see more than 18,000 visitors through the doors, from across an estimated 60 countries, eager to see new innovations within laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics. AST will be exhibiting at … Continue reading
You'll be like a kid in a sweet shop with our new Ax60+ ... spoilt for choice
Choice can be difficult. There always seems to be at least one person, when eating out who can’t make their mind up without knowing what everyone else is having first. Personally, I like to order on a whim or “under pressure” and usually choose something I’m unlikely or incapable of making at home (so anything that isn’t served in a … Continue reading
Sulphur dioxide has a wide range of uses, but if you don't monitor it, life won't be very sweet.
Sulphur dioxide (SO2) is a colourless gas with an irritating pungent smell, that is a common air pollutant. The main source of SO2 in the air comes from industrial activity that processes materials that contain sulphur (S), such as the generation of electricity from coal, oil or gas, as well as being emitted from fossil fuel combustion at power plants. … Continue reading