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Our Trace Calibration Product Range

Precise calibration is essential for most analytical instruments. We offer systems that provide controlled amounts of calibration gas, zero air or even standards from evaporated liquids.

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.

We service, maintain, upgrade and optimize your instrument

IONICON offers preventive maintenance contracts and provides upgrades to new technologies. Let our experts improve the experience with your IONICON system!

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IONICON ion guide multipole technology
Increased sensitivity and resolution for PTR-TOFMS with the ION GUIDE multipole technology. Included in selected PTR-TOFMS and APi-TOF systems.
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.

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"We have a longstanding history with IONICON instruments to measure eddy covariance fluxes of NMVOCs in the atmosphere...The eddy covariance method requires fast measurements (e.g. on the order of 10Hz)...We have used IONICON instruments on board of aircraft or ground based measurement sites to perform these types of measurements."
"We use a PTR-TOF-MS to study the chemistry and emission of VOCs focusing on wildfires and land-atmosphere exchange. The custom-built instrument allows us to carry out the trace gas concentration and flux measurements on a research aircraft and on the ground with outstanding response time, mass resolution, and sensitivities."
"The IONICON PTR-TOF-MS is a recognized gold standard in the trace gas analysis of complex mixtures. Therefore, we use it as calibration and validation device for our novel gas sensors for breath analysis."

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Must-attend science forum attracted over 100 conferees from 18 nations. At the beginning of February 2019, the International PTR-MS Conference was held for the 8th time. Ever since the first International PTR-MS Conference in 2003, organized by the Institute of Ion Physics of the University of Innsbruck and sponsored by IONICON, the event became a […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2019/02/the-8th-international-ptr-ms-conference-innsbruck-austria-a-review/

Close to 50 users gathered in Innsbruck for the 2019 PTR-TOF training. We reached out to the steadily growing base of IONICON instrument users in fall 2018, announcing the 2019 “hands-on” PTR-MS training course and the 3rd IONICON User-Day. The response was overwhelming and after receiving close to 50 applications, we had to close the […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2019/02/ptr-tof-training-at-its-best-hands-on-ptr-ms-2019-events-review/

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D. Materić, M. Lanza, P. Sulzer, J. Herbig, D. Bruhn, V. Gauci, N. Mason, C. Turner: "Selective Reagent Ion-Time of Flight-Mass Spectrometry study of six common monoterpenes", International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, available online 9 June 2017.
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.
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Below you will find past events. Visit our dedicated microsites for downloads or more information about a particular event.
10. - 13. February 2019
Spectrometry for Security Applications – First International Workshop

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