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If you’ve ever been to a Chinese restaurant or ordered a takeaway, chances are you’ve opened a fortune cookie. A fortune cookie is a biscuit which is snapped open to reveal a piece of paper with a ‘fortune’ on it. This fortune can be anything from a saying, a prediction, a joke, or even a list of lucky numbers. In … Continue reading
Find out the dangers of CO2, how increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere can affect the body and how carbon dioxide gas detection can keep you safe. Visit our carbon dioxide section or contact us to find out more about our carbon dioxide detection monitors, or sign up to our blog for updates about the gas industry. What … 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
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
We want to make buying our products as easy as it is to use them.
If you are a sports diving distributor, you can now purchase our scuba gas analysers and accessories on the Analox Sensor Technology website. The online purchasing service is currently available to all countries apart from the US and Canada. US and Canadian distributors will be able to buy online shortly. Simon Lunt, Director of Sales and Marketing, said: “We are … Continue reading
Let us paint a picture of what VOCs are and what they can do.
Our products are known for monitoring many different gases, but if you look closely at the description of some of them, you will see that it mentions the acronym VOC. For those that don’t know what VOC means, it stands for volatile organic compound, and there are thousands of different ones produced and used in our daily lives. To help … Continue reading
If you're worried about contaminants in your compressors our gas monitors are a breath of fresh air!
Analox attended the Air-Tech 2016 exhibition at the NEC Birmingham in April. The biennial event ran from 12-14 April and featured suppliers from around the world who provide compressed air systems and related equipment. Air power is the second most widely used source of motive energy in the world, preceded by electricity, and the exhibition aims to cater for this … Continue reading
Compressed air... doesn't that take the biscuit?
Compressed air has numerous applications in the process industries. Pharmaceuticals, chemical plants, water companies, bulk materials handlers, oil and gas producers all use compressed air in abundance. It’s a versatile utility that is used for many purposes. But its valuable contribution to food engineering is perhaps the least well known of all. The UK food and drink industry is the … Continue reading
A giant's wrench at Offshore Europe 2015
Analox were visitors to one of the largest exhibitions in the oil and gas industry last week, SPE Offshore Europe, hosted at the AECC Centre in Aberdeen. This bi-annual event sees companies from all over the world exhibit and gather to discuss current issues and challenges being faced within the industry. More than 1,500 global suppliers were there to exhibit … Continue reading
We got to try on a firefighter uniform, which was really heavy!
When some of the Analox team visited West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service it became even more apparent how important it is to undertake accurate and consistent checks on breathing apparatus. We were shown training facilities where firefighters are put in real-life situations in order to equip them with the experience to deal with whatever they’re faced with when the … Continue reading