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SPECIAL OFFER ON TIGER SELECT HANDHELD VOC DETECTORS
Global gas detection instrumentation specialist to give away 50 benzene pre-filter tubes with each Tiger Select purchase instead of 10!
For a limited time, Ion Science (www.ionscience.com) leading manufacturer of high performance gas detection instrumentation for global occupational health and environmental monitoring applications is offering 50 free benzene pre-filter tubes instead of the normal ten when customers purchase a handheld Tiger Select volatile organic compound (VOC) detector. https://info.ionscience.com/benzene-tube-offer. Order today to take advantage of this exclusive offer, quote SB-1119 when placing an order.
ION Sciences benzene pre-filter tubes ensure rapid detection and selective measurement of benzene when attached to the companys well proven handheld Tiger Select photoionisation detector (PID) via a tube holder assembly. The pre-filter tubes are typically available as a pack of ten.
Tiger Select offers fast, accurate detection of total aromatic compounds (TACs) and benzene. Utilising the high output Ion Science 10.0 eV detection system, a reading for TACs is seen immediately on start-up. Where aromatics are detected, a pre-filter tube can be easily attached to ensure fast detection and selective measurement of benzene.
It continues to display real-time data, ensuring the final reading represents the full value of actual benzene present, Benzene concentrations are displayed down to parts per billion (ppb) levels.
The instrument is capable of providing 15-minute short-term exposure limits (STELs) and 8-hour time-weighted averages (TWAs) for TACs. A 10.6eV lamp can be easily installed for the detection of a wide range of VOCs.
In addition, the market-leading MiniPID 2 sensor incorporates both humidity resistant technology and anti-contamination design for extended operation in difficult working environments.
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