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MiniPID sensors manufactured by ION Science now available directly worldwide

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Alphasense have successfully marketed and distributed ION Science’s MiniPID Sensors during a long partnership. ION Science thanks them for their support over the years and wish them well for their future with AMETEK.

Customers who were purchasing MiniPID (PID-A range) through Alphasense are now encouraged to source the world’s best PID sensor directly from global ION Science offices. ION Science has worked hard with committed suppliers to offer the best PID sensor lead times on the market. Coupled with an experienced and dedicated support team, ION Science will make sure customers’ continued supply of MiniPID is seamless.

The types of instruments that ION Science sensors are used in should never be subject to compromise. Many can contribute to saving lives, preventing serious health effects, and protecting the environment. Equipping the right kind of sensor is essential to ensure your business remains compliant, safe, and certified.

MiniPID benefits include: patented fence electrode technology, market leading humidity resistance, and anti-contamination design for accurate detection in the harshest of conditions. Staying with MiniPID ensures there is no compromise on an instruments’ performance.

The MiniPID range of sensors goes beyond just one single base model. ION Science’s dedicated research and development team has engineered a suite of sensors based on market feedback to ensure that whatever a customer requires, there is a sensor fit for purpose.

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