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.

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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 introduces an eighth sensor variant to the MiniPID 2 series, engineered with an extended filter life.

22nd May 2024
ION Science Ltd, the global leader in the design and development of gas sensing technology, is pleased to announce the launch of the ‘MiniPID 2 PPB XF Sensor’, a ground-breaking new variant engineered with patented Floating Ground (FG) Filter technology.
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It’s Always Been ION INSIDE

26th April 2024
ION Science, the leading innovator in Photoionisation Detection (PID) sensing technology, is thrilled to announce they will be showcasing their PID and PM sensor portfolios at Sensor + Test 2024 – the premier international trade fair for sensor, measurement, and testing technology.
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World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2024

26th April 2024
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) celebrates its World Day for Safety and Health at Work on April 28th each year. The global day is a significant tool to raise awareness of how to make workplaces safe and healthy and of the need to raise the profile of occupational safety and health. The 2024 theme focuses on climate change and occupational safety and health, with rapid changes in working practices underscoring the need for heightened attention to workplace safety and health.
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