Industry Guides

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

Transportation Of Hazardous Materials Dangers

Transportation of hazardous materials can be transported in many different ways over very long and equally short distances, carrying many risk factors.

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Hazmat Spill Response

A HAZMAT spill response team need to identify the unknown dangers quickly at any scene, hence why the power of PID in the event of a cleanup is critical.

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HAZMAT Emergency Response

The HAZMAT emergency response guide explains the great benefits of PID instruments in a response situation because they provide an immediate response.

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Monitoring Toxic Gases Within A Laboratory Environment

Monitoring toxic gases within a laboratory environment is crucial, expecially when dealing with IVF as exposing them to VOCs can impact their development.

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Reducing VOCs Within IVF Laboratories

Reducing VOCs within IVF laboratories is crucial to keep standards of quality and safety within the laboratory to the highest possible level.

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Humidity Interference In VOC Measurements

Humidity Interference in VOC measurements used to be a limitation to the use of PIDs in the past, until now. New designs provide almost no humidity effects.

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Humid Environment – A Guide to Detecting VOCs

A humid environment requires a vital component to monitor VOCs, so in this guide, we provide information on the best PIDs to tackle humid applications.

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Humidity Effects On PID Instruments

Humidity effects on PID Instruments can have a major effect on older models, but due to recent technology, a solution has been identified and adapted.

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Detecting Volatile Organic Compounds In Laboratories

Detecting Volatile Organic Compounds is crucial while there is a high rise in the use of sanitizers and disinfectants within our healthcare facilities.

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Hazardous VOC Gases Found Within Hospitals

Hazardous VOC gases found within hospitals can accumulate and, if left unattended, can result in building-related illnesses or Sick Building Syndrome.

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Detecting Arson Accelerants For Fire/Arson Investigators

Detecting arson accelerants early is vital, as it helps investigators save time and determine if the cause of the fire was accidental or deliberate.

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Measurement Instrumentation For Fire/Arson Investigators

Measurement Instrumentation, the benefits, and comparison of trained sniffer dogs and photoionization detectors for the use within fire/arson investigations.

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Hazards Of Gas Leaks Found Within Laboratories

Identifying the hazards of gas leaks early improves the facility itself, it’s processes, and the safety of the people who work within this environment.

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Leak Detection In Biotechnology Laboratories

Leak detection within analytical laboratory equipment promotes good laboratory practice, and preventative maintenance offers a number of benefits.

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Aromatic Gases – What Are They?

Aromatic gases contain at least one aromatic ring of which benzene is the simplest form. Benzene itself forms the well know group of compounds (BTEX).

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Monitoring Aromatic Gases

Monitoring aromatic gases early is crucial to limit the effects on worker’s health. This all depends upon how much they are exposed to and for how long.

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Soil Remediation With Photoionization Detection

Soil remediation, which is the reduction of contaminant concentrations within the soil and to reduce contaminants so that they are suitable for use.

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VOCs In Soil Remediation – A Buyers Guide To Measuring

VOCs in soil remediation can be easily identified with the use of PIDs. They are simple to use and provide quick, accurate results.

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Fugitive Emissions Monitoring

Gas leak equipment reduces the likelihood of leaks and the best way to reduce fugitive emissions is through regular leak testing and maintenance.

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Gas Detection System – PID Or FID?

Gas Detection System, the main differences and benefits of using photoionisation detection and flame detection when monitoring fugitive emissions.

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Subsurface Monitoring – A Guide to Soil/Ground Gas Risk

Subsurface Monitoring is critical and should be considered before any development on top of any soil, As if left uncontrolled can lead to serious effects.

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Ground Gas Monitoring – Subsurface Guide

Ground gas monitoring - contaminated ground such as from landfill sites, infilled ground and spilled or leaked petroleum hydrocarbons.

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COVID-19 The Impact On Air Pollution

COVID-19 lockdown events have reduced the population-weighted concentration of nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter levels in many countries.

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Gas Detection Instrument – Do you Require One In Your Industry?

The Gas detection Instrument guide will help you understand the requirement for each type of instrument and which will be best suited to your industry.

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Gas Detection Equipment – Choosing The Correct One

Knowing which is the best gas detection equipment when so many are available within the market, yet they all seem to do the same job until close inspection.

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