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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
In our latest blog post, we look at the growth of breweries in the US and how you can keep your employees safe with a CO2 alarm. Last year we reported about how 2016 was a great year for UK breweries. It was also a great year across the Atlantic, with there now being reportedly over 4,200 breweries in the … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology is delighted that one of their UK-based distributors is growing stronger with the acquisition of a weighing specialist company. Yorkshire-based Gem Scientific acquired balance and scales specialist Northern Balance at the end of 2016. The company is a leading independent UKAS accredited balance and scales specialist, providing core solutions for the supply, service, calibration and repair of … Continue reading
Total Lab Systems was set up in 1997 and offers sales, services and support for scientific laboratories throughout New Zealand. Their office is based in Auckland, New Zealand, and they provide laboratory equipment and other consumables to laboratories, including ones that specialise in research, food, pharmaceutical, industrial and routine diagnostic and medical. They offer a variety of products, from bunsen … Continue reading
Gem Scientific has been supplying specialist laboratory products to the UK, Ireland and Europe for over 19 years. Based in Yorkshire, their dedicated team of staff strive to constantly provide the highest levels of service and support. They specialise in a wide range of product areas and work collaboratively with the world’s leading brands and manufacturers to offer a comprehensive … Continue reading
Happy birthday your Majesty!
Present buying can be a laborious task, especially when the person you are buying for appears to have everything they want. I am sure this struggle also applies to buying things for The Queen, and with her 90th birthday coming up I expect the Royal family have been scratching their heads about what to get her. The Queen holds assets … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology - putting the fizz into gas detection.
US Analox Sensor Technology attended the IBDEA annual conference in March at Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix, Arizona. The International Beverage Dispensing Equipment Association (IBDEA) is an international non-profit trade association representing more than 200 member companies that sell, lease, rent, manufacture and service beverage dispensing equipment as well as supply carbon dioxide (CO2), control devices, filtration equipment, … Continue reading
Meet the team! Mel and Matt from Analox and Paul from Gas Monitoring Point.
Analox Sensor Technology kick-started the exhibition season with a trip to the North-West to attend Northern Restaurant and Bar 2016. Northern Restaurant and Bar took place on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 March at Manchester Central. It is the largest hospitality exhibition in the North-West of England and saw over 270 exhibitors and over 7000 visitors over the space of … Continue reading
Dry ice has a wide range of uses, but care must be taken. Photo of dry ice by Toshiyuki Imai, available under a Creative Commons Attribution license
In this blog post we look at how dry ice is formed, how it is used, and how it can be dangerous if used in confined spaces. Dry ice is useful for many things, including cleaning, refrigeration and even fog effects in theatres. However if it is if stored or used improperly it can be dangerous. What is dry ice? Dry … Continue reading
Has progressive beer duty contributed to an increase in microbreweries and cask ales?
Forget fancy cocktails or a glass of prosecco, the most popular choice of drink in Britain is beer. And it’s no wonder, with more than 5,000 high quality beers to choose from. If you went into a pub and witnessed what people ordered, for every ten drinks, seven are likely to be beer, while the other three are usually wine, … Continue reading