Gas Detection for Laboratories
Gas Safety is our Priority
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is widely used as a laboratory gas in cryogenic applications, sample transportation and cell culture incubators. Other gases stored in laboratories include inert gases such as argon (Ar), nitrogen (N2) and helium (He) which are used as carrier gases, or in cryogenics. Whereas a leak of CO2 will cause a higher concentration of this gas in the atmosphere, a leak of any of these gases can lead to oxygen (O2 ) depletion. Laboratories also store and operate with high levels of O2 ; a leak of enriched O2 could also prove to be a fire risk.
Guidelines for the storage of both liquid and gaseous nitrogen in laboratories means that continuous oxygen monitoring is more important than ever.
Fixed & Portable Solutions
Analox offer a range of fixed & portable gas detection solutions to cover a range of laboratory processes. From portable oxygen monitors, such as our Aspida, to fixed monitors such as the O2NE+, we've got you covered.
Browse our different product areas below and find the ideal gas detection solution for your lab or download our free guide to gas monitoring in laboratories.