Strength beneath the waves
Analox understands the critical importance of ensuring personnel are protected by appropriate and effective gas monitoring - especially in the submarine arena.
We are dedicated in offering you a personalized service ensuring cradle to grave product lifecycle is tailored to suit your specific requirements.
The Design and Engineering teams' hard work ensures we are able to offer innovative equipment which is optimised to suit the environment and designed to be supported effectively throughout the platform’s life.
The technical support team offers bespoke training depending upon your requirements, whether that is face to face or a computer simulated package.
To understand how Analox can work with you on land or at sea, speak to us today or take a look at the products below for more technical information.
For over 20 years Analox has worked with the submarine community on sub escape and rescue and submarine atmosphere monitors. We are proud of our range of multi gas monitors which have been developed with a cradle to grave philosophy.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is difficult to detect using standard industrial sensors due to the cross sensitivity to hydrogen (H). Analox provides solutions specific for the submarine market.
Oxygen (O2) is a critical gas but too much oxygen (O2) can cause potential fire hazards and too little can cause breathing difficulties. Analox offers various oxygen (O2) analyzers to assist you in ensuring your submariners are safe in their post.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is toxic, add in the complexity of a submarine environment and it becomes life critical. Analox offers a range of analyzers suitable to warn on rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels.
The first military submarine was Turtle in 1776. During the American Revolutionary War, Turtle tried and failed to sink a British warship, HMS Eagle in New York harbor on September 7, 1776.