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What is Dry January? As the widely celebrated festivities of Christmas and New Year have officially ended, many of you may be partaking in the public health campaign called ‘Dry January’. The campaign has increased in popularity each year, where participants try not to drink alcohol for the whole month of January. It’s a great initiative which appears to have … Continue reading
Dispense gas is very useful to pubs and restaurants, but needs to be handled with care.
What is dispense gas? Inert gases such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen are used regularly within the hospitality industry. These gases, known collectively as ‘dispense gas’, are used to carbonate drinks so that they become fizzy. Alcohol-based drinks, such as beer and cider, are often carbonated using a mixture of both carbon dioxide and nitrogen gas, as this helps to create … Continue reading
Do you prefer carbonated or nitrogenated beers?
In this blog post, we take a look at how breweries use gases and why nitrogen monitoring in breweries is more essential than you initially might think… Brewers Journal reported at the start of October (2016) that there are now around 1,700 breweries in the UK… an 8% increase since 2015, and a 65% increase since 2010. Demand for craft … Continue reading
If you need a robust, continuous, comprehensive gas monitoring solution for your diving system or decompression chamber, the SDA range from Analox is for you. Where is the SDA range used? The SDA range is predominantly used in the following industries: Air/surface supplied diving Saturation diving Decompression chambers Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) chambers In air diving, the SDA O2 can … 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
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
... Because 'plus' is more
Our Ax60+ gas detection monitor is currently available to purchase for monitoring carbon dioxide (CO2) gas. However, we are pleased to announce that the highly anticipated oxygen sensor variant will be available from May 2017. We began to develop our original Ax60 gas detection monitor, which is approved by the ‘McDonald’s Restaurant Solutions Group’, with the aim of creating a … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology returned to Manchester to visit Northern Restaurant and Bar, the largest hospitality exhibition in the North-West of England. The exhibition hosted 300 exhibitors and over 7,500 visitors, as well as live cookery demos by nationally acclaimed chefs. Last year we exhibited with one of our local distributors, but this year we went to ‘walk the floor’ and … Continue reading
The annual International Beverage Dispensing Equipment Association (IBDEA) conference recently took place in Orlando, Florida and Analox were there to talk rules, regulations and all things gas related. The IBDEA is an international non-profit trade association representing companies that sell, lease, rent, manufacture and service beverage dispensing equipment and supplies. IBDEA was formed in 1971 as the National Soda Dispensing … Continue reading
It’s ‘snow’ joke… our newest multi-gas monitor caused quite a stir when we attended an Austrian exhibition. Analox Sensor Technology attended ‘Summit on the Slopes’ in March, a seminar and exhibition held in Innsbruck, Austria. UK-based Gasworld magazine facilitated the event, which brought together industry professionals to discuss current topics and issues in the carbon dioxide market and supply chain. … Continue reading