• New auto dilution system to transform lab efficiency 

Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy

New auto dilution system to transform lab efficiency 

Apr 04 2024

Agilent Technologies Inc unveils the Advanced Dilution System, ADS 2, a cutting-edge automation solution poised to revolutionise laboratory workflows and elevate efficiency. Designed to meet the increasing demand for complete automation in ICP-MS and ICP-OES workflows, the ADS 2 promises heightened productivity, reduced cost of ownership, and enhanced overall efficiency within the lab environment.

The Agilent ADS 2 is an intelligent autodilutor designed to optimise laboratory processes. Seamlessly integrating with Agilent autosamplers, ICP-OES, and ICP-MS instruments and software, it offers a fully integrated, single-supplier automated solution.

Leveraging its status as one of the most trusted brands in the analytical instrumentation market, Agilent collaborated closely with a wide range of customers to address key barriers to autodilution adoption. The result is a user-friendly, efficient, and robust solution tailored for production environments. Featuring unique flow path technology, the ADS 2 optimises analysis speed for both diluted and undiluted samples, while utilising the same software as the instrument ensures consistency and traceability in data handling and reporting.

Keith Bratchford, Vice President and General Manager of Agilent's Atomic Spectroscopy Division, emphasised the company's commitment to empowering lab productivity without compromising quality or profitability. He stated: “Agilent’s comprehensive automation system establishes us as the exclusive provider capable of meeting the needs of routine food, environmental, and pharmaceutical testing laboratories. Furthermore, the ADS 2 will have significant applications in the advanced materials market, particularly in battery research, differentiating us from our competitors.”

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