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Using gas in your laboratory? Don’t underestimate what you can’t see

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

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NLS Days 2016

Analox Sensor Technology will be at Nordic Life Science Days

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

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Scandinavian for safety: Analox at Nordic Life Science Days

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

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Swedish gas monitoring – the state of play

Although Analox Sensor Technology sell a wide range of products to many international distributors, there are some countries that we would like to focus on. One of these countries is Sweden. We have spent some time looking at Sweden to see what industries require gas monitoring, how we can help with our unique gas monitoring solutions, and how you can … Continue reading

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Suntis

Tragic accidental deaths on board the Suntis – what was to blame?

On Monday 26 May 2014, three men who were working on board the Suntis, a German cargo ship which was berthed at West Dock in Goole, were found unconscious in the main cargo hold of the ship. The men were rescued from the hold and taken to a nearby hospital but tragically died later that day. The surviving crew members … Continue reading

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