Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
The New Agilent 7000c Triple Quadrupole GC/MS
Nov 25 2013
Resolve your search for precision, reliability, and the lowest detection limits
The Agilent 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS released on the 1st of September 2013, builds on a 45-year tradition of leadership and innovation to create the industry’s best, most reliable GC/MS system for trace analysis. This advanced instrument provides everything you need to take your lab to a higher plane of productivity and confidence – including low detection limits, out-of-the-box sensitivity, and software tools that simplify method optimization and lower your operating costs. It also integrates seamlessly with the new Agilent 5977A Series GC/MSD and 7890B GC.
What’s more, every 7000C system conforms to strict quality standards, so you can be sure you’re getting the most reliable data… both today and in the future.
Agilent’s 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS is the latest addition to the industry’s broadest, most feature-rich portfolio of GC and GC/MS systems and software. It has all the newest elements for faster vent times, eco-friendly resource management, and GC/MS system protection - including the ability to use hydrogen as a carrier gas.
Smart technology aligns GC and MS operation
The Agilent 7890B GC - with its integrated, efficient operation and outstanding ROI - is a dynamic partner for the 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS.
Agilent’s flagship 7890B GC system has everything you need to generate data with confidence, while processing more samples in less time at the lowest possible cost. Its precise pneumatics and oven temperature control, combined with our versatile Multimode Inlet (MMI) and inert Split/Splitless inlets, deliver results you expect from the market-leading GC.
Backflush, supported by Capillary Flow Technologies, also enhances performance, productivity, and reliability
- Shorter analysis times
- Longer column life
- Less carryover
- Extended maintenance-free operation
With its newly improved Extractor EI Source –plus the only quadrupole operating at up to 200 °C - the Agilent 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS consistently delivers stable, superior performance.
The key to accuracy:
Instrument Detection Limits (IDL)
You can be confident in your results from day one, because we demonstrate the ALS, GC, and MS performance of every Agilent 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS at installation. This ensures industry-leading precision, accuracy, and detection limits that satisfy your most demanding
analytical requirements. IDL is also a better measure of performance than signal/noise ratios when OFN standard is measured with little or no noise in the chromatogram
Software that produces the best results in the shortest time:
From instrument settings to data analysis and reporting, MassHunter puts you in control – and makes MS/MS analysis routine when combined with our MRM database.
The exceptional performance of the 7000C is validated by data from common food safety, environmental, and toxicology measurements. The 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS, together with Agilent sample preparation supplies, enables sensitive, selective, and robust techniques for measuring pesticide content in foods. In addition, our MRM Pesticides and Pollutants database minimizes matrix interferences and facilitates your accurate identification of targets
For more information on the Agilent 7000C Triple Quadrupole GC/MS please visit agilent.com/chem/7000C
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