The 3000SI range measures a wide range of gases and easily fits into your own gas monitoring systems.

Ammonia leaks in the news – how to keep your employees safe

Ammonia (NH3) has been hitting the news for all the wrong reasons, after several gas leaks have been reported at workplaces. Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen and is a colourless gas with a pungent smell. Over 80% of world-wide ammonia production is used in agriculture as fertiliser. It is also used in refrigerant gas, for purification of … Continue reading

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Analox watches the Big Bang Theory – hydrogen sulphide & ammonia

In our occasional series about gas portrayals in film and television, we take a second look at the Big Bang Theory, where we find out that hydrogen sulphide is a lot more dangerous than it appears to be on the show. Much of The Big Bang Theory series focuses on science, particularly physics. The crew of the show work hard … Continue reading

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What is hydrogen cyanide?

In this week’s blog, we take a look at one of the more obscure gases – hydrogen cyanide (HCN). How is it made, how can you identify it, and what are the dangers? Analox Sensor Technology strive to provide gas sensors and analysers that help look after the air you breathe. We recognise that there are a variety of gases … Continue reading

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