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Fixed Vs Portable CO2 Monitors- what are they?

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a very clever gas which is widely used across a number of industries. However, it can also be a very dangerous gas to humans if exposed to higher levels. For more information about carbon dioxide and its dangers, read this blog post.  In order for businesses to protect their employees and customers from harmful CO2 leaks, it … Continue reading

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How are the bubbles in your beer formed?

Bubbles are an essential part to your beer drinking experience, but how or why are they there? The answer to all of this is carbon dioxide (CO2)!   Why is CO2 in beer in the first place? CO2 is needed for the carbonation of beer which gives the popular beverage its distinctive element of bubbles. Carbonation, put simply, is carbon … Continue reading

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Analox returns to IBDEA for the 5th time

IBDEA the International Beverage Dispensing Equipment Association, was formed in 1971, as a platform for the beverage dispensing equipment industry to share and approach common industry-wide problems and information. Since then, IBDEA have hosted their annual conferences for those within the industry to do just that; to connect and stay acquainted with the changes and challenges within the beverage industry. … Continue reading

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Analox are proud sponsors of Gasworld’s CO2 Summit 2019

Since hosting its first ever CO2 Summit in March 2017, Gasworld returns to Austria to host the exhibition again this year. Gasworld is the leading global industrial gas information provider and prides itself on being a powerful business platform connecting the international gas industry. This years CO2 Summit is taking place from 12th-13th March at the Interalpen Hotel Tyrol, Telfs-buchen/Seefeld, … Continue reading

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The differences between CO and CO2, what are the dangers?

Many people, including news outlets who report on incidents, often confuse the differences between carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Both gases are a combination of oxygen and carbon, which is why the two are generally mixed up, however, both CO and CO2 can be extremely dangerous , therefore it is important to understand the difference.   Carbon Monoxide … Continue reading

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A successful trip to Medlab ME Middle East for Analox

MedlabME (Middle East) is an annual event catered to the international medical laboratory industry. The self proclaimed must-see event has been running for 17 years,  including some shows Analox have attended before. We did attend this years ‘MedlabME’ which was hosted at the Dubai World Trade Centre on the 4th-7th February. Two members of our Analox team, Katherine Winter and … Continue reading

#PERIODICTABLEDAY – KNOW YOUR GAS SYMBOLS

  In conjunction with periodic table day, we feel that it is important that you know your gas symbols. This blog post explores the basic facts and whereabouts of the gases in the periodic table.   The Periodic Table The periodic table is all of the different elements arranged in a chart: the positioning of these elements in the table … Continue reading

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Meet us at Medlab: Analox Sensor Technology heads to Dubai

Our exhibition plan for the year ahead is already in full swing with Medlab 2019, our first show of the year. The annual event is taking place from 4th to 7th February at the World Trade Centre in Dubai. The exhibition has been running for 17 years and prides itself on being a powerful business platform connecting the international medical … Continue reading

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5 Interesting uses of Helium (He)

  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

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3.1M are participating in Dry January this year, but there’s still a risk of CO2 exposure!

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