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Enhanced solutions to customer challenges: How ION Science’s Cub 11.7 resolves and protects against gas exposure risks.

Recent discussions within gas detection sectors have revealed a growing number
of customers who are looking for solutions that are reliable, long lasting and offer high levels of personal protection. ION Science’s latest development, the Cub
11.7 eV personal solution, provides superior protection against harmful VOCs
while delivering on key areas such as lifespan, reliability and compliance.


The conversation around health versus safety is continuing, specifically looking at where gas detection and compliance sits within this huge and vital area and what role it can play. Developing instruments that can protect individuals and ensure effective protection against VOC (volatile organic compounds) exposure is of vital importance, particularly in the 11.7 range.

Detecting the 11.7 range of gases is essential for protecting staff and the public due to
the potential risks posed. Within the 11.7 detection range are VOCs such as methylene
oxide, trichloromethane and tetrachloroethane, all of which are harmful at low levels.

Monitoring and reducing personal exposure to these is critical in protecting against
dangerous long term health effects. Having a personal gas detection device that can be
relied on to record VOC exposure without compromise is the turning point in resolving
customer pain points within the 11.7 range.

ION Science’s Cub 11.7 eV personal device is the latest addition in a world-leading
range of gas and leak detection products. The Cub 11.7 has been designed to tackle
customer challenges while also delivering unrivalled VOC detection capabilities. Unlike
other detectors in the 11.7 range, the Cub 11.7 has a robust, reliable sensor lamp that
draws on ION Science’s years of experience in delivering superior PID Unrivalled Gas Detection. (photoionisation detection). The lamp of the Cub 11.7 has an average lifespan of one year, and is resistant to extreme temperatures, humidity and other environmental
sensitivities.

Having developed a method of manufacturing that produces a more robust, reliable
lamp, the Cub 11.7 is able to overcome previous issues around unreliable product and
reduced lifespans. With this, and a strong housing unit for the sensor, customers now
have an 11.7 device they can rely on. As the Cub 11.7 is intended to be worn on the
person, it’s lightweight design at only 111g makes it possible to wear all day without
discomfort. This design aspect means the long term benefits of recording VOC
exposure are more easily measured and counteracted.

Unlike standard gas compliance monitors, the Cub 11.7 focuses on helping staff stay
healthy and safe both now and in the future. Exposure to VOCs even in low levels can
have long lasting effects on health, particularly those within the 11.7 range. The Cub
11.7 works to provide continuous, reliable data around VOC exposure that can be
collected and analysed to further increase protection and reduce exposure risks.

Continuous data logging provides the insights Occupational Hygienists and Health and
Safety Executives need to make informed decisions around worker health and safety.
ION Science continues to demonstrate their leading status in gas and leak detection
with the development of the Cub 11.7 eV personal device. By listening to customers and
addressing their pain points directly with expertise, technology and industry insight, ION
Science are able to produce solutions that deliver exactly what’s needed.


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For more information, please contact :

Emily Lane
Ion Science
The Hive, Butts Lane, Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire SG8 7SL
Tel: + 44 (0) 1763 208503
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August 2021

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