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IONICON announces new distribution partner for INDIA

IONICON is teaming up with MARS Bioanalytical Pvt Ltd., a leading company in the field of Analytical, Biotech and Environmental instruments in India.

The common goal of this new cooperation is to offer the range of unique IONICON PTR-MS products to Indian customers and provide excellent local service and support handled by MARS with its head office in New Delhi and branch offices in Chandigarh, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Chennai. MARS has a total strength of over 25 professionals to provide sales and service to its customers across India.

IONICON recently sold and delivered a High-Sensitivity PTR-MS system to the prestigious Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER) Mohali in Chandigarh.

We would like to give more scientists in India the possibility to conduct research with IONICON instruments in the near future and to achieve this, a local partner is essential.

MARS and IONICON will be hosting a first customer seminar already next week, featuring lectures of by Dr. Alfons Jordan and Dr. Christian Lindinger:


29th July 2011 (9.30 AM to 5.00 PM) at
The Hotel Le Meridian,
Windsor Place Janpath
Ashok Road,
New Delhi

The following topics will be covered and we will demonstrate the usefulness of the extremely sensitive and fast PTR-MS technology for these applications:

The PTR-MS technology

  • How does PTR-MS work?
  • How can single-digit pptv-level detection limits be achieved in seconds?
  • What are the solutions IONICON can propose?

Environmental Research

  • Atmospheric Chemistry
  • Indoor air VOC detection
  • Emission monitoring
  • Biological research

Nutrition, Food & Flavor

  • Coffee headspace measurement
  • Aroma and fragrance analysis
  • Chemometrics

Industrial applications and illicit substances detection 

  • Incineration burning process control
  • Engine exhaust monitoring
  • Material and packaging research
  • Online VOC monitoring in factories
  • Explosives, CWAs and TICs real-time remote-controlled detection