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Paul from Gas Monitor Point (centre) with Mel and Matt from Analox.
Gas Monitor Point was set up in 2011 and they supply a range of gas detection and monitoring equipment as well as offering calibration services. The company is based in Merseyside and is part of the Point Safety Ltd Group which was formed by their Managing Director Paul Kimberley. Paul has several years experience in the service and supply of … Continue reading
Find out more about gas monitoring in China in our latest blog post, when the Analox team went two very different exhibitions, and to see customers and distributors. After one week in China, two exhibitions, three networking events and an abundance of customer, distributor and sales visits, the team have arrived exhausted, but safely back to the Analox offices. Describing … Continue reading
Move over iced coffee... nitrogen infused coffee is the latest treat from your local barista.
We take a look at the latest trend in coffee shops, nitrogen infused coffee. How is it made, what does it taste like, and what do you need to be aware of if you want to make it? Even as the weather gets cooler, some people still want cool drinks with a caffeine fix. As a result, cold beverages such … Continue reading
Find out more about our O2NE+ oxygen depletion monitor at Analytica China
Analox Sensor Technology (AST) will be a part of one of the largest international laboratory exhibitions, being held in Shanghai, China, from 10th-12th October. The exhibition is expected to see more than 18,000 visitors through the doors, from across an estimated 60 countries, eager to see new innovations within laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics. AST will be exhibiting at … Continue reading
As you might already be aware, there are several guidelines and legislation which are applicable in a laboratory environment, such as workplace exposure limits set out by EH40, The Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 and The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. Analox Sensor Technology can help you find a solution to your specific gas monitoring needs with our range of … Continue reading
This month we shine the spotlight on VWR – one of the world leaders in providing products, services and solutions to laboratory and production facilities. VWR started in 1852 to provide products to the mining and laboratory markets, and over time expanded to several industries including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, industrial, education, government and healthcare. The main headquarters of VWR are Radnor, … Continue reading
We’ll be exhibiting at Analytica China on 10-12 October at Shanghai New International Expo Centre. This is the eighth International Trade Fair for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics. The last fair was held in September 2014, and attracted 18,775 business professionals from 62 countries. This year’s Analytica will be focusing on laboratory safety and aims to raise awareness of how … Continue reading
Just one of LLG's distribution units in their impressive 8,500m2 central warehouse in Meckenheim
Lab Logistics Group (LLG) in Germany are known as “The European Laboratory Distribution Network” and are a unique cooperative group based in Meckenheim, Germany. LLG are owned by over 30 independent laboratory equipment distributors, predominantly around Europe and are proud to represent the world’s premier laboratory brands, offering products as wide ranging as safety spectacles through to carbon dioxide (CO2) … 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
We’re attending and presenting at Nordic Life Science Days from 14-15 September this year. Find out more about how gas detection is critical when managing a laboratory. Did you know, just a small 1% leak of carbon dioxide (CO2) can cause drowsiness? Or that if one cylinder of nitrogen (N2) were to leak, the level of oxygen (O2) in the … Continue reading