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Providing ultra-sensitive solutions for real-time trace gas analysis since 1998

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Analytical instruments and monitoring solutions

We are developing individual analytical instruments and industrial monitoring solutions according to our customers' needs for more than a decade. Benefit from our scientific and engineering expertise!

Add-ons, inlet-systems and accessories for your IONICON PTR-MS

Benefit from special inlet and sampling systems, cases and other tools for your instrument.

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IONICON ion funnel technology
Benefit from the ION BOOSTER technology with up to 10x increased sensitivity! Optionally available for selected new PTR-MS systems and as upgrade for many existing instruments.
H3O+ and NO+, O2+ / Kr+, Xe+ as precursor ions.
Quantify more volatile compounds than ever in real-time with IONICON PTR-MS and SRI-MS technology, using the SRI/SRI+ features, and take advantage of single-digit pptv-level detection limits, only available with IONICON real-time trace gas analyzers.
Ultimate Performance in mass resolution, sensitivity and detection limits
The future of performance: from the smallest and most affordable PTR-TOF 1000 to our new flagship PTR-TOF 6000 X2, the IONICON PTR-TOFMS series is leading the field. Benefit from our experience and know how!

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“The acquisition of a Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS) represents an expansion of the current instrumental facilities of the VOC laboratory. The PTR-MS will provide the laboratory with extended capabilities in terms of long-term reliability and extreme sensitivity, which are necessary for the implementation of VOC-based breath tests within clinical practice.”
"During the past two decades, the continued development of IONICON PTRMS systems has led to a steady advancement of our research capabilities resulting in important scientific discoveries as well as providing a large share of the biosphere-atmosphere VOC exchange measurements we have used as the basis for developing VOC emission models for air quality and climate models. In addition to the outstanding performance of their instruments, the excellent support and collaborative environment at IONICON have been critical to the success of our research program."
"Major research areas in the domain of Bioscience Engineering (Ghent University) encompass research in food chemistry, food microbiology and preservation, environmental chemistry and technology, chemical ecology and plant host signaling. In the specified research areas, the group of the Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) plays an important role. Some VOC have biological effects at very low concentrations (sub ppbv) and are usually present in complex mixtures, which make VOC analysis quite a challenge. The introduction of PTR-MS enables to take major steps towards VOC monitoring. The PTR-QiTOF instrument is unique in its combination of (a) sensitivity (b) real time monitoring possibilities and (c) increased identification quality through high resolution mass spectrometry."

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Direct Sampling and Analysis of Atmospheric Particulate Organic Matter An international team of researchers from the University of Innsbruck (Austria), the IRCELYON in Lyon (France) and the University of Oslo (Norway) recently studied the application of the new CHARON Particle Inlet to directly sample and analyze the chemical composition of atmospheric sub-µm particulate organic matter […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2017/10/charon-real-time-aerosol-inlet-system-ptr-tofms/

Analysis of Complex Flavors in Real-Time with Ultra-Low Detection Limits For many years PTR-MS instruments are considered a gold-standard in many applications when it gets to the quantitative online analysis of very low concentrated VOCs without sample preparation. Among the early adopters of this unique technology that was commercialized by our company back in 1998, […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2017/09/benefits-high-resolution-ionicon-ptr-tof-food-flavor-science/

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K. Breiev, K. M. M. Burseg, G. O'Connell, E. Hartungen, S. S. Biel, X. Cahours, S. Colard, T. D. Märk, P. Sulzer: "An online method for the analysis of volatile organic compounds in electronic cigarette aerosol based on proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry", Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom., 30: 691–697, 2016.
E. Pallozzi, G. Guidolottia, P. Ciccioli, F. Brilli, S. Feil, C. Calfapietra: "Does the novel fast-GC coupled with PTR-TOF-MS allow a significant advancement in detecting VOC emissions from plants?", Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 216, 2016.
Resources and downloads
Below you will find past events. Visit our dedicated microsites for downloads or more information about a particular event.
18. - 22. September 2017
The 15th Weurman Flavour Research Symposium will take place at Graz University of Technology, Austria.