Compact Mass Spectrometry Line Expanded to Include Liquid Chromatography
Oct 29 2014 Read 2755 Times
Advion, Inc introduces an affordable high performance liquid chromatography system to complement its line of expression compact mass spectrometers (CMS). Introduced in 2012, the CMS has been met with glowing reviews from the global synthetic organic chemistry market. With hundreds of CMS purchased and installed, this latest introduction offers a complete solution for those needing separation capabilities at an affordable price.
Leveraging the 100-240 VAC requirements, the Advion LC/CMS system can become transportable on a cart or installed in space-restricted benches and hoods, allowing for easy access. With unrivalled ease-of-use, and the ability to utilise the CMS for multi-modalities, Advion’s LC/CMS offers chemists within teaching labs, research facilities and industry a high performance solution at an affordable price. Moreover, Advion is increasingly the vendor of choice for numerous accounts requiring a full scope of LC, CMS, TLC-CMS, pumps, integration kits and extended support packages.
“LC/MS is an important technique for complex sample analysis, especially final synthetic route steps, registration vial characterisation, and publication-quality data, while offering a level of high purification certainty. Our novel solutions will allow the chemists to stay well within their budgets and take control of their assays. This saves time, improves information and workflow” commented David B. Patteson, Chief Executive Office and President. “In addition, integration of the system through the Clarity software program with full quantitation and 21CFR11 compliance makes it a complete LC solution.”
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