Real-Time Mass Spectrometers for Research, Process and Education
Feb 02 2018 Read 850 Times
Extrel mass spectrometers and quadrupole components provide rapid, high-precision ion selection. Applied to gas analysis this means speed, sensitivity, and accuracy for applications that require a real-time profile of dynamic gas and vapour mixtures. Decades of collaboration with world-leading researchers have produced a portfolio of analysers optimised for use in cutting-edge experimentation and critical process control.
From fundamental research to catalysis, materials science, surface analysis, physics, and chemistry, the Veraspec line of high-performance gas analysers and Extrel vacuum probe mass spectrometers provide the ideal approach for molecular beam analysis, MS/MS, SIMS, TPD, clusters, and high resolution ion separation.
In the lab and process environments the MAX300 family of quantitative gas analysers deliver real-time, fully-automated sample compositions for advanced process control and reaction monitoring in refinery, hydrocarbon processing, syngas, metals, and bioreactor manufacturing. Debuting on booth 1452 at Pittcon 2018, the new MAX300-CAT brings the same fast, flexible analytical capabilities to the laboratory benchtop in a compact but powerful platform.
Extrel's IQ-2000 offers research-quality, high-performance mass spectrometry in an educational package. The innovative open-chamber design makes components fully visible while operating in vacuum, and the small, transportable profile facilitates convenient mobility between classrooms and laboratories.
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