Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Using the Power of Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Ultimate Detection Performance
Aug 11 2017 Read 1456 Times
Coupling Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (AFS) with either cold vapour generation or hydride generation has been PS Analytical’s (PSA) core competency for over 30 years.
For the determination of mercury, arsenic, selenium, antimony and bismuth, PSA offers some of the best laboratory instrumentation available. The instruments are typified by their small footprint, ease of use, good reliability and robustness, as well as having affordable purchase and running costs.
PSA works with many industries, organisations and markets to deliver industry leading analysers. The systems are used to analyse waters, soils, sediments, air, stack gas, blood, urine, food and beverage, petrochemicals, polymers, minerals and many other sample matrices.
PSA analysers provide excellent detection performance including ultra-trace limits of detection, a linear response over several orders and minimised interferences from other matrix components. PSA’s unique flow cell design, removes troublesome glass or quartz material and results in reduced carryover for faster throughput and less re-runs.
The instruments are 'speciation ready' with easy coupling of chromatographic systems to our ultimate performing analysers.
With literally thousands of systems in the field today, and support networks in Europe, USA and SE Asia, PSA offers the ideal package of performance, reliability and support. For further information visit www.psanalytical.com.
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