Sensor technology supports the semiconductor industry by enabling consistency and uniformity, while at the same time protecting those working directly on the fabrication process, and off-site emissions that can potentially impact local communities.
As Earth Day 2022 arrives on the 22nd April, the message for the world this year is to ‘invest in our planet’. Earth Day encourages people to reflect and think about ‘what will you do?’, contributing to their ‘All In’ approach in creating a partnership for the planet.
ION Science is delighted to announce it has won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the category of Innovation, for its pioneering MiniPID sensors. The award is the highest recognition of business excellence across Britain and endorses the commercial success in respect to the innovative technology. ION Science’s industry-leading PID (photoionisation detection) technology, offers unparalleled VOC detection.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) marks its World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28th April 2022. The spotlight on providing safe and healthy places to work has become more prominent in recent times, particularly as working practices emerged and evolved rapidly as part of the COVID-19 pandemic.
7th April 2022 marks World Health Day. In a decade that has already seen increasing focus and pressure on improving health, protecting the planet, and reducing the impact of emissions, 2022’s World Health Day brings with it the strong but simple message of ‘Our Planet, Our Health.’
Statistics from the Department of Transportation reveal that 21,539 hazardous material incidents occurred within 2021 in the USA alone. Join our latest Webinar to understand the importance of dangers to public health, wildlife and the environment.
Protecting staff with a safety-first approach and PID technology. against benzene exposure within Asphalt production facilities. ION Science, as a leading global OEM for gas instrumentation, has developed the only fixed detector on the market to specifically detect benzene, reducing the risk of exposure to workers, the public, and the environment.
One of the most important areas for VOC monitoring is the sterilisation and packaging of medical equipment. It is common practice for manufacturers to use ethylene oxide in decontaminating products prior to leaving the site. While this is a highly effective method, it is a harmful VOC and needs careful monitoring when in use.