Analox Fixed/Stationary Gas Monitors & Detectors
Four Decades Delivering Accuracy, Reliability and Safety

Since 1981, the Analox Group has been providing gas monitoring solutions that consistently set the standard for Gas Monitors worldwide. Analox has developed a line of products for more than a dozen different industries. Whether it is a fixed gas monitor being used in a popular chain of pubs or a wall-mounted gas detection unit used by the world’s largest fast-food franchise, Analox technology is helping keep businesses, employees and customers safe.

Fixed Monitors

Analox provides the following fixed gas monitoring & detection solutions:

A configurable modular atmosphere monitoring system for submarines and surface ships.

A single point wall mounted safety monitor for carbon dioxide (CO2) enrichment. Typically found in restaurants, pubs, bars, fast food establishments, breweries, hospitality venues, laboratories and medical centers.

Due to American legislation, this is not suitable for the American market, please look at the Ax60+.

A fixed monitor capable of measuring up to 30 gases using SIL oxygen (O2), mass spectrometer and FTIR spectrometer gas sensing modules.

A multi-gas analyzer to measure: oxygen (O2), carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) and Dew Point in compressed air. The unit can be wall mounted or used as a portable system.

A panel mount, safety monitor for oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2)

If you need a simple, ready to install and cost-effective gas safety monitor – we’ve got you covered.

The Ax60+ is easy to install and already programmed for your local regulations.

The DOM can be retro fitted to any existing Ax60+ installations and provides real-time monitoring of the Ax60+ and communicates with customers remote systems such as a Building Management System (BMS).

A fixed continuous real-time monitor of carbon monoxide (CO).

The CO Clear is designed to be installed inline on heliox or breathing air compressor arrangements to warn the operator if there is a potential contamination of carbon monoxide before it reaches the user.

A fixed Distributed Atmosphere, capable of monitoring gas levels via a modular system architecture.

A unique, hyperbaric hydrocarbon monitor for use in saturation diving.

A single point wall mountable safety monitor for oxygen (O2) depletion. This uses a partial pressure oxygen (O2) sensor so it is not cross sensitive to helium (He) ingress.

A single point wall mount safety monitor for oxygen (O2) depletion and enrichment that has a ppO2 sensor.

The SDA carbon dioxide (CO2) monitor provides reliable carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring to maintain a comfortable and safe saturation diving chamber.

A fixed hyperbaric or hypobaric atmosphere monitor, detecting carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2), pressure, temperature and humidity.

A process gas analyzer for single or multi-gas monitoring.

Fixed Gas Monitors are typically wall-mounted in stationary locations to provide protection from gas leaks or contamination. The Analox line of Gas Monitors serve a variety of functions in such diverse industries as food and beverage, hospitality, agriculture, medical, research laboratories, and green energy/climate change technology

Typically, these monitors fall into two categories – safety devices and process monitoring systems. Providing an unmatched level of safety and peace of mind is paramount for any Analox system. In most cases, these units serve as gas detection units that continually monitor for gas contamination from carbon dioxide (CO2), a tasteless, colorless gas that can adversely affect people in a brief amount of time. 

These same highly valuable gas detection tools can also protect people from dangerous conditions such as depleted oxygen (O2) that occurs when an additional gas enters an area and “replaces” the good air with harmful elements. Analox solutions incorporate the latest in gas detection technology to help ensure reliable safety in work environments.  

Analox Gas Monitoring and Detection Systems also work in critical areas that require highly accurate process monitoring. Units that are installed in a hospital environment for example, can serve two functions. First, one unit acts as a safety device to detect the presence of CO2 or another gas. At the same time, a second unit can simultaneously be monitoring the quality and accuracy of the air being administered to a patient in the same room.  

Fixed or wall-mounted gas monitoring systems offer many significant advantages when compared with portable monitoring units. To start, these monitors are capable of offering protection and security against environmental contamination for large groups of people in open spaces and gathering areas. Should an unwanted gas be detected, a loud automatic alarm will sound and the audience can evacuate in an orderly manner.

These detection devices offer continual monitoring and the internal sensors can test for multiple gases simultaneously. Modern technology allows for these stationary units to be networked to provide a broader range of protection. The networking capability also allows for different gas monitoring options in different areas or enclosed spaces. 

A “fixed gas detection system” is one that is mounted on a wall or installed on a stationary position in a convenient and easily-accessible location. Typically, these locations are near monitoring stations so that if an alarm is triggered, an evacuation can be ordered immediately and corrective action taken. Advanced gas detection technology allows safety officials a simple and immediate way to locate and identify any potential gas leak or exposure from an alert on the control panel. 

An additional feature on almost every stationary gas analytical system is the capability to measure and test for contamination in a room PRIOR to entering. Since many of the gases are colorless and odorless, this added level of protection for workers is essential.

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The word 'gas' gets its name from the Greek word for chaos.

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