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.
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.
Attainment of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, alongside retainment of ISO 45001 and ISO/IEC 80079-34 further reinforces ION Science's commitment to continuous improvements to excellence, safety, and environmental sustainability.
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In a Photoionisation Detector (PID) sensor, the lamp type and its associated energy level, measured in electron volts (eV), are pivotal factors determining the sensor's sensitivity to various volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and its suitability for specific applications. Three common lamp types—10.0 eV, 10.6 eV, and 11.7 eV—offer distinct capabilities.
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This fixed instrument plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety of works and the overall manufacturing process when producing lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries for electric vehicles (EVs). Falco is being used in multiple stages of the EV battery manufacturing process but is increasing being used to detect any leaks in individual cells.
Visitors to the event can explore ION's comprehensive range spanning from individual sensors to piezo electric micro pumps and integration kits. The team will also be presenting the world-leading NextPM Particulate Matter (PM) sensor, the latest addition to the sensing portfolio, a product of the renowned OEM, TERA Sensor.
In a world facing pressing environmental challenges, the need for innovative solutions to combat climate change has never been more critical. As we approach World EV Day on September 9th, a global celebration of electric vehicles and sustainable transportation, it's time to shine a spotlight on companies that are actively contributing to the shift towards a decarbonised society.
The safe storage and utilisation of electronics containing Li-ion batteries is of paramount importance to equipment manufacturers, and potential issues with the batteries can be detected early using VOC sensors, before they become a danger to people or the environment.
In the realm of safeguarding workplaces from hazardous levels of toxic and explosive gases, the creators and innovators behind gas detection instruments and systems play an indispensable role. In light of this, ION Science is committed to providing superior-grade, remarkably precise sensors that stand as the epitome of reliability on a global scale.