Pioneering Gas Sensing Technology.

ION Science Ltd is a leading manufacturer of technologically advanced gas detection equipment and OEM PID Gas Sensors. The portfolio of instruments and PID Sensors provides customers with pioneering gas sensing technology and reliable monitoring capabilities even within the harshest of environments.

Gas and Leak DetectorsSensors and Components
unrivalled gas detection for worker safety

Which gas are you looking to detect?

Our gas detection instruments and sensors detect over 950 gases, choose from the top 30 most searched gases below.
More gases can be found in our Gas Search

Resource Centre

Here you can access a range of media and downloadable resources featuring expert tips and advice from our industry professionals, and customer testimonials out in the field.

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Our Vision

“To protect lives and preserve the environment”

Our Mission

“To be the leader in gas sensing technology with relationships built on trust, pioneering products, responsiveness and exceptional customer service”.

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ION Science provide transparent handheld PID test data

29th November 2023
Across the gas detection market, where sometimes messaging can be biased and claims inflated, ION Science emerges as a beacon of honesty and reliability with its recent handheld PID test data comparing Tiger XT against alternative gas detectors on the market.
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High-performance sensors underpin semiconductor growth

20th November 2023
Sensors underpin semiconductor growth. As the semiconductor industry continues to advance in technology and innovation, the focus on safety, environmental responsibility, and community well-being is more critical than ever. The role of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in semiconductor fabrication processes necessitates advanced monitoring solutions to ensure the highest standards of safety for workers and neighbouring communities.
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Understanding Mercury

15th November 2023
Mercury (Hg) is a naturally occurring chemical element found in three forms: elemental mercury, inorganic mercury, and organic mercury.
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