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  • What is a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)?

    What is a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)?

    What is a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC)? Our products are known for monitoring many different gases, but if you look closely at the description of some of them, you will see that it mentions the acronym VOC. For those that don’t know what ...

  • Analox case study: Monitoring oxygen at Cranfield airfield

    Analox case study: Monitoring oxygen at Cranfield airfield

    Introduction For personnel safety, monitoring of oxygen levels was required as part of an experimental field campaign based at Cranfield airfield. This experiment was undertaken by researchers in the atmospheric physics group at Imperial ...

    Araminta Hartley

  • Nitrogen and Nitrous Oxide – the differences you need to know

    Nitrogen and Nitrous Oxide – the differences you need to know

    We’ve previously posted blogs about the confusion between carbon dioxide (CO2) and carbon monoxide (CO) as these gases are regularly mixed up. However, we recently visited and exhibited at Northern Restaurant and Bar in Manchester, where a ...

    Araminta Hartley

  • Changes to guidelines for oxygen monitoring in Italy

    Changes to guidelines for oxygen monitoring in Italy

    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 National Transplant Centre, which is a technical body of the ...

  • Carbon monoxide v carbon dioxide – do you know the difference?

    Carbon monoxide v carbon dioxide – do you know the difference?

    In March 2015, we posted a blog about the American Red Cross getting confused between carbon dioxide (CO2) and carbon monoxide (CO) in a household initiative. A year later, we’d like to say that people have stopped getting their gases ...

    Kate Ingham

  • Revisiting the Karlovac Brewery Incident

    Revisiting the Karlovac Brewery Incident

    As a gas monitoring company, we have been made aware of many tragic incidents concerning gas leaks. One of the most obscure and tragic is the incident which happened at the former Karlovac Brewery in Karlovac, Croatia in 2007. Karlovac Brewery ...

    Kate Ingham

  • The influence of progressive beer duty in the UK

    The influence of progressive beer duty in the UK

    Forget fancy cocktails or a glass of prosecco, the most popular choice of drink in Britain is beer. And it’s no wonder, with more than 5,000 high quality beers to choose from. If you went into a pub and witnessed what people ordered, for ...

    Araminta Hartley

  • The dangers of carbon dioxide

    The dangers of carbon dioxide

    We are often asked about the effects of carbon dioxide on the body and how to tell if there is a gas leak. As a result of this, we have created this post to provide additional information about exposure to carbon dioxide. What is carbon dioxide? ...

    Kate Ingham

  • Supercritical carbon dioxide – from coffee to dry cleaning

    Supercritical carbon dioxide – from coffee to dry cleaning

    Sometimes I can’t start the day without my morning coffee, and I’m sure most adults would agree that consuming caffeine is a part of their daily routine. A regular cup of coffee can contain 95 to 200mg of caffeine depending on what bean ...

    Araminta Hartley

  • First Ax60 installed in McDonalds in China and they’re lovin’ it

    First Ax60 installed in McDonalds in China and they’re lovin’ it

    Analox is breaking into new markets after the first Ax60 carbon dioxide detector was installed in McDonalds in China. Analox have a global agreement with McDonalds to distribute Ax60’s to their restaurants all over the world, and the very ...

    Araminta Hartley

  • All I Want For Christmas is low CO2 – how Analox do Christmas lights

    All I Want For Christmas is low CO2 – how Analox do Christmas lights

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and the team at Analox have taken a different step into Christmas with this year’s Christmas lights. There are several Christmas trees dotted around the Analox office, and at first glance they ...

    Araminta Hartley

  • Ethylene oxide – useful but dangerous?

    Ethylene oxide – useful but dangerous?

    We’re proud of the fact that Analox Sensor Technology can help you monitor a wide range of gases, from carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, to oxygen and helium. One of the more unusual gases we offer monitoring solutions for is ethylene oxide, ...

  • The Analox US office is on the move!

    The Analox US office is on the move!

    From Tuesday 1 December, the new address for the Analox US office will be: Analox US 15121 Graham Street #B106 Huntington Beach California 92649 All phone numbers and email addresses will stay the same. The Analox US office will be closed over ...

  • An Oculus Shift: Is virtual reality the next big thing?

    An Oculus Shift: Is virtual reality the next big thing?

    Analox went along to ‘Rise and Design‘ in October – a monthly networking event by Design Network North, hosted at the Northern Design Centre in Gateshead. Members discuss a different topic every month, and October’s topic ...

    Kate Ingham

  • If you can’t stand the CO2, get out of the kitchen – Part 2

    If you can’t stand the CO2, get out of the kitchen – Part 2

    In Part 1 we reviewed the many standards, specifications and technical bulletins on commercial kitchen ventilation that have been published since 2000. In Part 2 we investigate four of the more recent ones, with a particular focus on ...

    Paul Smith

  • Greene King Brewery gas leak – carbon dioxide in breweries

    Greene King Brewery gas leak – carbon dioxide in breweries

    On Thursday 15 October 2015, a carbon dioxide leak occurred at the Greene King Brewery on an estate in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. Emergency services were sent to the incident and nearby residents were evacuated as a precaution. Twenty people were ...

    Kate Ingham

  • Air monitoring in the Bosnian Valley Of The Pyramids – part 3 (September 2015)

    Air monitoring in the Bosnian Valley Of The Pyramids – part 3 (September 2015)

    Pushing a wheelbarrow full of gravel through a subterranean labyrinth in Bosnia might not be your idea of a holiday. The sun never shines in the tunnels, there’s no WiFi and they don’t serve cocktails. But it’s a lot more fun than ...

  • Helium Shortage – has the balloon gone up?

    Helium Shortage – has the balloon gone up?

    Throughout 2014 an international helium shortage was causing major supply disruptions around the globe. Many customers in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, commercial diving, science, defence and the semiconductor industry were struggling to find ...

    Paul Smith

  • If the fire doesn’t kill you, the CO2 might – carbon dioxide and fire suppression

    If the fire doesn’t kill you, the CO2 might – carbon dioxide and fire suppression

    Carbon dioxide (CO2) has been used in fire extinguishers and fire suppression systems for more than a hundred years. In high concentrations it dilutes oxygen, thus removing one of the three elements of the combustion triangle (the other two being ...

  • Air monitoring in the Bosnian valley of the pyramids – part 2

    Air monitoring in the Bosnian valley of the pyramids – part 2

    In the first part of this series, ‘Air monitoring in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids—Part 1’, I recounted my trip to Visoko in March 2015. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a fascinating country and well worth going to—not only to ...