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High quality breathing air is important to a wide range of industries.
Contact us to find out more about how we can help with your compressed breathing air safety requirements, or sign up to our blog for twice-weekly updates about the gas industry. At first glance the physiological demands of the firefighter, the scuba diver and the hospital patient have little in common. One is trained to deal with fire and rescue, … Continue reading
What will be on trend in 2016?
The New Year brought numerous reviews of the previous 12 months and whereas I’m a believer in looking forward, rather than back, it’s always very interesting to see what consumers bought over the year and potentially what drove them to make those buying choices. Mary Portas, self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Shops’ fronted Channel 4’s ‘What Britain bought in 2015’, which provided a snapshot of the big … Continue reading
We got to try on a firefighter uniform, which was really heavy!
When some of the Analox team visited West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service it became even more apparent how important it is to undertake accurate and consistent checks on breathing apparatus. We were shown training facilities where firefighters are put in real-life situations in order to equip them with the experience to deal with whatever they’re faced with when the … Continue reading
West Yorkshire Fire Service check out our ACG+
We all know that fire fighters are trained to help protect us against fire hazards, but do you ever wonder who’s looking after them? Fire fighters put themselves in danger without a second thought, the least that can be done for them is supplying crews with stringently safe and reliable equipment. Incidents of contaminated breathing air being used are reported … Continue reading
Looking after the air you breathe
In our latest blog post, we take a look at contamination in gas cylinders and how it can be a dangerous problem in any industry which uses breathing air. A recent incident at a Fire Department in Henderson, Nevada, prompted emergency action and a hefty bill for city officials. Firefighters reported a smell of petroleum coming from the air tanks … Continue reading