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What is Helium? (He) Helium is the second element on the periodic table. It is a colourless an odourless gas yet it has a number of uses, some of which may surprise you! Helium gas is literally ‘lighter-than-air’ due to its extremely low density, which explains its most well-known use; decorative balloons. Helium’s presence on earth was confirmed … 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
Advanced Marine, a valued distributor of Analox, has been Southeast Asia’s leading supplier of commercial diving, survey, ROV and subsea equipment for over 35 years. Keen to offer a wide range of products for its customer’s benefit, Advanced Marine stock a catalogue of diving equipment from over 40 OEMs (original equipment manufacturers). Included are several of Analox’s industry standard … Continue reading
JFD Australia is part of JFD, one of the world’s leading subsea operations and manufacturing companies providing complex diving and underwater systems to the commercial and defence industries. They have two offices in Australia and one in Singapore and their Director is Doug Austin, who has been with the company since 1987. Originally known as Divex Asia Pacific, the company … Continue reading
Read our blog to find out more about the different types of gases you can use to dive and how Analox Sensor Technology can help with any scuba diving gas analysis issues you have. If you plan to scuba dive, you need to know about the different gases available. Many people think that you can breathe the same air underwater … Continue reading
In this blog post we look at what hydrocarbons are, how they are dangerous and how the Hyper-Gas MKII monitor can keep divers safe. Hydrocarbons are an organic compound consisting of hydrogen and carbon atoms, and they are commonly given off by the vaporisation of crude oil and condensate. Exposure to hydrocarbons can cause health effects such as asphyxiation and … Continue reading
Here at Analox we understand that times are tough in the commercial diving industry due to the downturn in the oil and gas sector. This has resulted in cuts being made across oil and gas organisations, and those involved in commercial diving are feeling under pressure to reduce their costs by using the bare minimum in terms of resources such … Continue reading
Oxygen is the only gas we breathe that supports life. In the air a normal concentration of oxygen is 21%, while the rest of the atmosphere is made up of 78% nitrogen and trace gases. Inert gases such argon and helium, as well as nitrogen, are not toxic, but they do not support human breathing and reduce levels of … Continue reading
We've been racking up the air miles!
Analox Sensor Technology have had a busy year presenting at exhibitions and conferences across the globe, and October/November were no exception. The team attended two major exhibitions; DEMA Show and the IMCA Annual Seminar. Analox at DEMA Show 2015 The US Analox Sensor Technology team attended DEMA Show 2015 from 4 to 7 November at the Orange County Convention Centre in … Continue reading
We're diving into DEMA next week!
Analox Sensor Technology will be at the DEMA show 2015 from the 4 to 7 November 2015, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. This year will be the 12th time we’ve attended the DEMA exhibition, one of the largest Diving Equipment and Marketing Associations in the world. The sport diving industry is one we hold dear to … Continue reading