Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry Technology
Quadrupole mass spectrometry is a type of mass spectrometry that is widely used in various analytical applications, including petrochemical, pharmaceutical, environmental, and biomedical analysis. This technique uses an electric field to selectively filter ions based on their mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) and detect them with a detector. Quadrupole mass spectrometry has several advantages, including high sensitivity, selectivity, and speed. It can detect and quantify a wide range of compounds, from small molecules to large biomolecules, with high accuracy and precision. This technology is widely used in analytical laboratories for applications such as quality control, process monitoring, and forensic analysis.
Our real-time EXTREL™ quadrupole mass spectrometers are built for the demands of the gas and ion analysis for industrial and high purity process control, environmental monitoring, and cutting-edge laboratory research. Our mass spectrometers offer high sensitivity and a wide dynamic measurement range (ppb to %) for full, speciated composition.
Our fast and powerful, quadrupole mass spectrometer performs precision quantitative analysis on every component in a gas or vapor mixture. It can easily be fully automated for sampling of multiple gas channels. For decades we have collaborated with research, academic, and industrial customers to deliver, design, integrate validate, and support these unique turnkey solutions.