This global exposition gives you the opportunity to get a hands-on look at the latest laboratory instrumentation, participate in live demos and product seminars, talk with technical experts, and find solutions to all your laboratory challenges.
We'll be part of the exhibition and the scientific conference program. Join us at our booth #2709 and experience live demonstrations of our new products.
Don't want to wait until 2018? Have a look at our Pittcon 2017 review and learn more about our exciting program!
Who we are and what we do
We develop and manufacture ultra-sensitive real-time trace gas analyzers using the unique Proton Transfer Reaction – Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS) and related technologies.
We also produce trace calibration devices for analytical instruments, construct industrial process monitoring solutions, custom time-of-flight mass spectrometers and offer analytical services.
Over 300 leading scientists, institutions and multinational corporations are among IONICON’s customers.
Discover PTR-MS and its advantages
Learn how our technology works and why it is the best solution for real-time quantitative trace gas analysis. Understand how market-leading ppqv-level online detection limits are possible and how to get quantitative results in real-time without sample preparation.
We'll engage with you in our 20 minutes interactive product live demo. Come and join us when we show real-time VOC analysis from ambient air and breath sampling. Seating is limited, so be there early!
"The Air We Breathe In & Out at Pittcon"
Wednesday February 28, 2018. 4:00 pm, demo area 1 (booth #2142)
Would you like to find out what’s in the air you breathe in at the show floor or breathe into our instrument and find out which volatile metabolites you exhale? We analyze the air in real-time and visualize trace concentrations of organic compounds for you. The IONICON PTR-MS systems are ultra-sensitive mass spectrometers for the real-time analysis of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Our instruments are used all over the world in environmental research, atmospheric chemistry and biology, in food, flavor and aroma science, in breath gas air analysis, in room air and car exhaust emission monitoring, in the semiconductor industry and in many other applications.