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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
If you were asked to name some places where carbon monoxide (CO poisoning) may occur, your first thought may be places like hotels and commercial kitchens, as well as people’s homes. However, CO poisoning can take place in venues you may have not thought of before, like an ice rink. Indoor ice rinks are big business in the United States … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology is pleased to announce a brand-new range of electrochemical sensors for detecting toxic gases at parts per billion (sub-ppm level). The TEC (Toxic Electrochemical Cell) sensors are a range of OEM sensors that are backward-compatible with the existing MEC (mini electrochemical) range and offer the same modular approach to gas monitoring. The first variant scheduled for release is … Continue reading
I’m all for welcoming new words into the English language, well providing they’re actual words which bring some valid meaning to the world. I’m therefore not referring to the recent additions to the Oxford English Dictionary of krumping, glamper, awesomesauce and don’t even get me started on manspreading! However, I do find it fascinating to see the English language evolve, … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology will be exhibiting and speaking at Nordic Life Science Days from 14 to 15 September. The annual conference is being held at Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre in Sweden and provides many opportunities to network with peers, potential partners and investors associated with the life science sector. This year Nordic Life Science Days encompasses conference sessions, panel discussions, … Continue reading
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Creating a strong safety culture in the workplace is essential to help maintain the safety, health and welfare of people at work. Many risks in the workplace can be minimised or removed with the implementation of good safety and health habits and practices by all individuals at work, and this is one of the main aims of the legislation in Singapore … Continue reading
Monitor and Manage were founded in 2010 and provide wireless dry bulk storage technology and smart energy automation services. The company is based in Nottingham and Pete Griffiths has been the Managing Director of the company since 2011. Before joining Monitor and Manage, Pete spent over 13 years working at Experian in several roles including Commercial Director and Commercial Project … Continue reading
What do you call a nice french fry? A sweet potato!
[estimated read time: 3 minutes] We are always on the lookout for stories about incidents about gas leaks at Analox, and when we saw this news story appear in our inbox, we knew we had to investigate it in more detail. In early April, an employee at the Coon Rapids Burger King in Minneapolis received a phone call from someone … Continue reading
Can you tell the difference?
In our latest blog, we take a look at a concerning issue: people getting carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide mixed up. Find our more about the critical differences, or visit our website to discover more about our wide range of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide detectors. In March 2015, we posted a blog about the American Red Cross getting confused between … Continue reading
Care must be taken when carrying cargo in a confined space. Photo of the Suntis by free photos, available under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
On Monday 26 May 2014, three men who were working on board the Suntis, a German cargo ship which was berthed at West Dock in Goole, were found unconscious in the main cargo hold of the ship. The men were rescued from the hold and taken to a nearby hospital but tragically died later that day. The surviving crew members … Continue reading