Mass spectrometry isn’t just for academics and R&D labs anymore. Analytical testing labs across, food, cannabis, environmental and industrial testing face stricter, evolving regulations that demand lower detection limits and have high throughput requirements. We have the technologies, capabilities and services to address these challenges – with ease and reliability.
Our portfolio of robust, reliable liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC/MS) solutions, includes the flagship QSight? triple quad LC/MS/MS 400 series -- our latest addition to the QSight family that can detect analytes present at parts per trillion concentrations. With two other models to choose from, our systems are ready-to-implement and deliver the highest sensitivity and throughput available, to meet requirements now, and in the future.
When it comes to gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC/MS), our Clarus? SQ 8 GC/MS systems are ideal for identification and quantitation of volatile and semi-volatile compounds in the most regulated environments, specifically across air, water and soil testing applications. Today, cannabis labs are using our powerful GC/MS and headspace for both residual solvents and terpene analyses.
In addition, we offer portable GC/MS instrumentation for in-field analysis. Our Torion? portable GC/MS system is designed for rapid screening of chemicals, including environmental volatiles and semivolatiles (VOCs/SVOCs), explosives, chemical warfare agents, hazardous substances, and for use in food safety and industrial applications.
No matter what your application or matrices, our liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry (LC/MS) systems deliver the speed, sensitivity, exact mass information, wide dynamic range, and mass accuracy you need for having complete confidence in your results.
Our portfolio of GC/MS solutions is designed to empower your science and ensure you receive accurate, reliable results – every time. The Clarus? SQ 8 GC/MS offers unsurpassed sensitivity and unparalleled stability for identification and quantitation of volatile and semi-volatile compounds.