Ion Science is refocusing on its range of MiniPID (miniature photoionisation detection) sensors during 2016.
As part of this latest R&D initiative, the company is set to introduce a series of enhancements designed to further strengthen the plug and play sensor’s performance and efficiency.
The complete MiniPID 2 series boasts Ion Science’s patented Fence Electrode Technology for industry-leading humidity resistance performance. In addition, the sensor’s clever anti-contamination design protects it from moisture, dust and aerosol ingress. Ion Science’s well-proven, ATEX accredited MiniPID is a simple plug and play sensor that has been specially developed to deliver a dynamic and dependable response to thousands of VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
The MiniPID is widely used across a range of global occupational health and environmental monitoring applications, including personnel safety, industrial hygiene, site soil and air sampling, fugitive emissions and VOC spills, law enforcement and emergency response.
Ion Science’s Managing Director, Duncan Johns, comments: “Our MiniPID has been extremely successful since its launch in 2007. However, as a technological leader in the gas detection instrumentation market, we felt it was time to refocus on this key sensor. As a result, we are currently investing in several enhancements that we believe will further improve its sensitivity and reliability.”
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