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Analox Trimix Dual Analyzer To Debut at DEMA Show

Finally, True Dual Trimix Analysis small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and priced to fit comfortably in your wallet.

Amoxtec Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of the Analox Trimix Analyzer (ATA) at DEMA 2003. This is the only Analyzer featuring Analox temperature compensation technology for both O2 and He sensors. The ATA displays independent readings of O2, He and balance gas (true trimix). Also, because of the different characteristics of N2 and O2 which affect the Helium sensor Analox has included an He calibration in addition to the standard O2 calibration. This unique feature increases the accuracy of the Analox ATA above its competition.

As with all Analox products this Analox ATA is designed to be fully user maintainable with an expected O2 cell life of 4-5 years and He sensor life of 10 years, apart from changing the standard ‘D’ battery after approx 1000 tanks checked.

By needing to take only one sample for both O2 and He, the ATA ensures an economical means of checking Trimix tanks

The main features our test divers enjoyed were:

  • Battery operated with an AC power option
  • Accuracy
  • Backlit display
  • Size (not too big not too small)
  • Durability
  • Easiest DIN flow restrictor on the market

Analox Sensor Technology, Ltd. has over 20 years experience supplying hyperbaric, oxygen, carbon dioxide and other gas analysers for commercial and military divers. Several Analox products are US Navy approved and deployed. As well as supplying highly accurate carbon dioxide and oxygen analyzers for diver and submarine applications, Analox also provides oxygen analysers for hyperbaric therapy applications.

Amoxtec Inc. is the wholly owned subsidiary of Analox Sensor Technology, Ltd, providing sales and service to the US, Canada, Mexico, and Caribbean markets.

To request brochures and additional technical data on any of the Analox product line, visit us at DEMA, Booth 2284, phone toll free 1-877-SAFE-AIR (877-723-3247) or log onto

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