RIVERSIDE, Calif. (May 15, 2007) - Luxfer Gas Cylinders introduced its new line of LCX-SL Super-Light SCBA cylinders at the 2007 Fire Department Instructors’ Conference (FDIC) and exhibition recently held in Indianapolis, Indiana.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (April 30, 2007) - The recent EMS Today conference and tradeshow in Baltimore showcased new Luxfer Medical 3,000-psi Voyage™ and Odyssey™ cylinder product lines to a record-breaking number of visitors.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (March 31, 2007)—Luxfer Gas Cylinders, the world’s largest manufacturer of aluminum and composite cylinders, has announced the formation of its new, global Alternative Fuel Cylinder Division to manufacture and sell high-performance cylinders for compressed natural gas.
NOTTINGHAM, England (March 7, 2007) – After four years in the making, the Caudwell Xtreme Everest team’s plans to reach Mount Everest’s summit in mid-May are exactly on schedule following the arrival of team logistics experts in Kathmandu earlier this month.
NOTTINGHAM, England (Feb. 6, 2007) — Players for the London Tigers, a Luxfer-sponsored paintball team, have been in intensive training for their first game in the international Millennium Series tournament scheduled for April 7–9 in Toulouse, France.
NOTTINGHAM, England (Dec. 25, 2006)—The production team at the Luxfer Gas Cylinders manufacturing facility in Nottingham set a new production record by making one million cylinders in 2006—and they did it just in time for Christmas.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (Dec. 19, 2006)—Sometime between 1740 and 1780, a fierce storm engulfed a two-masted sailing ship in treacherous waters off the Florida Keys. The storm drove the ship into the shallows, where it struck a reef and rapidly sank. About 250 men went down with the vessel, including her crew and a number of British soldiers who were being transported.
NOTTINGHAM, England (Oct. 10, 2006)—Luxfer Gas Cylinders is sponsoring the next Xtreme Everest medical research expedition, the aim of which is to place a team on the 8,850-metre summit of Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain, in March 2007 to take the first-ever measurement of oxygen levels in human blood at high altitude.