UK-based gas-detection industry expert ION Science will be exhibiting its gas sensors and air quality monitoring technology at two events being held this year (2021).

The company will be present at Sensors Expo, held at the McEnergy Convention Centre in San Jose, California from September 22nd – 23rd.

A second event, the Air Quality and Emissions Event, will be held virtually over October 13th and 14th.

Exploring the latest developments in sensor and gas detection technology, the events will showcase a range of ION Science’s products including its flagship MiniPID2 Sensor, a sensor capable of detecting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) over a wide dynamic range.

ION Science's MiniPID2 Sensor.

ION Science’s MiniPID2 Sensor.

Resistant to up to 99% humidity, the device also boasts a 10,000-hour lamp life and is designed for both diffusive and in-line pumped sampling.

With the Covid-19 pandemic highlighting the importance of good air quality, ensuring a clean air supply is arguably more important than ever.

ION Science’s High Sensitivity VOC Gas Sensor will also be on show at the events. Capable of detecting VOCs at sub ppb (parts per billion) levels, the company claims that the sensor is 15 times more sensitive than other leading market products.

To find out more information or to register for the Sensors Expo event, click here. For AQE 2021, click here.