When the threat of a potential leak or build-up of an inert gas looms, the Analox O2NE+ oxygen depletion monitor is ideal.
Inert gases include:
Two audio visual alarms are provided by the Analox O2NE+, which are preset
at 19.5% & 18% (but can be adjusted) to warn personnel
of a potentially dangerous depletion of oxygen in the area they are working in.
The levels of oxygen in your workplace are an important factor to consider for the safety and wellbeing of employees and visitors. Should there be a leak or build-up of inert gases in a confined space this will deplete the level of oxygen. Employers have a responsibility to risk assess areas that use inert gases. The Analox O2NE+ oxygen depletion monitor makes this task easy and cost effective. More importantly, it can save lives.
The widespread and varied use of inert and specialty gases is widespread and includes many industries and processes, some of which
are listed below.
Food production and
Beverage dispense and
sperm, eggs etc)
including carrier gases
Hypoxic fire suppression
Welding shielding gas
Light bulb production
Silicon growth atmospheric
Technical scuba diving
Light weight aircraft fuel
Coolant for superconductors
such as MRI scanners
Shuttle, blimp and hot air
Wall mounted at normal working head height, the Analox O2NE+ main sensor unit is to be fixed in the area/s recommended as a result of a risk
assessment. These areas are usually where the gases are stored and/or piped).
Taking their power from the main unit, the repeater unit/s are then sited at the entrance/s to the area to provide an early warning before entering.