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Bartender pouring beer from a dispenser which uses gas for pressure.
Commercial gases are used commonly in areas where humans are often working including leisure facilities like bars, restaurants, swimming pools, theatres and sporting stadiums. Carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2) are often used in the soft drink carbonation process and as a pressure tool in dispensing beverages. Why do I need to monitor gas levels? Although small amounts of CO2 … 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
You may be in need of an oxygen monitor if you work in the hospitality industry, especially in breweries and in food packaging. However if you work in a laboratory, oxygen monitoring is essential. Inert gases and nitrogen Inert gases and nitrogen displace oxygen in the atmosphere, meaning a gas leak can cause oxygen to drop to dangerous … Continue reading
Is your laboratory protected?
Click here to view our gas detectors for laboratories Find out more about the oxygen monitoring guidelines which were established in Italy which require the use of room oxygen sensors in Italian laboratories. New Guidelines for the storage of nitrogen have been established in Italy which highlight changes to oxygen monitoring procedures. These guidelines are approved by the Italian … 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
Don't be a 'doughnut'; make sure you are protected from gas leaks.
We’ve returned from visiting Sirha, the five day hospitality and food service event in Lyon, France, which covered 11 sectors dedicated to food products, equipment and different services for professionals within the industry. Sirha describes itself as the global marketplace for the catering, hospitality and food service trades. The bi-annual event captured 189,000 visitors in 2015, and is reported to … Continue reading
Analox Sensor Technology is delighted that one of their UK-based distributors is growing stronger with the acquisition of a weighing specialist company. Yorkshire-based Gem Scientific acquired balance and scales specialist Northern Balance at the end of 2016. The company is a leading independent UKAS accredited balance and scales specialist, providing core solutions for the supply, service, calibration and repair of … Continue reading
The use of gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen (N2)is widespread in the beverage industry. CO2 is used as a means of carbonating and delivering drinks in establishments such as pubs, hotels, restaurants and fast food courts. It is also created in significant quantities as a byproduct of the fermentation process in breweries, vineyards and wineries. N2 has … Continue reading
Argon is an inert gas often used in laboratory settings. In this blog, we look at how an argon alarm can keep you safe. Analox specialise in monitoring gases including oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen, but we do cater to some of the more unusual gases too. One of these gases is argon. What is argon? Argon (Ar) is a … Continue reading
3D printing has become increasingly popular over the last few years, with a growth of 30% in worldwide shipments for 3D printers in 2015, compared to the previous year. Designing, prototyping, and manufacturing new components and devices has become more simplified using 3D printing technology, and the application areas of it are constantly expanding. Implants, weapons, clothing and food are … Continue reading