University and Laboratory

Gas detectors for the University and Laboratory industry.

Our PID based instruments are able to measure VOC in concentrations as low as 1 PPB. This means that our VOC detectors are ready to be used in the University and Laboratory environment to detect VOC at low levels, this can be critical to the quality of work / research taking place.

Aside from safety and quality assurance based instruments, ION Science also offers a range of test and inspection instruments for this industry.

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“Leak Detection In Biotechnology Laboratories”

The leak detection in biotechnology laboratories guide which can be downloaded below provides the reader with an in-depth balance of knowledge on methods of detecting leaks. Checking for leaks within analytical laboratory equipment promotes good laboratory practice and preventative maintenance offers a number of benefits including; improvements to analytical performance, minimising troubleshooting, and the prevention prevents damage to columns and sensitive detectors. Gas leaks can cause significant losses of expensive high-quality gas, shortened trap and purifier lifetimes, increased column bleed, and increased system and detector maintenance.


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University and Laboratory Applications

Fertility Labs


With a VOC detection capability even in the harshest of simulated environments, our gas detection equipment is perfect for fertility lab facilities. No other gas detector range offers a full and comprehensive solution to data logging and data download which means data extraction and review is fast and fluid using an ION Science solution.

Our gas detection instruments can be used to adhere with the Human Fertilisation and Embryology (HFEA) regulations for air quality in tissue laboratories and to ensure optimum culture conditions for embryos.

Gas Detectors and Leak Detectors for the University and Laboratory Industry

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ION Science has a wealth of knowledge of gas detection technologies across many diverse industries and applications. This information has been collated into useful industry guides for you to download.

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What does PPM look like?

The term Part Per Million (PPM) is fairly self-explanatory, it’s simply the dilution of one matter into another but what does it actually look like?