Press Release Summary:
Offering constant linear velocity, GCMS-QP2010s incorporates post quadrupole focusing lenses, ion optics, and 20 temperature ramps. SIM mode enables monitoring of up to 64 sets of ions with up to 64 ions per set. Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS), designed for EI mode only, features mass stability of 0.15 daltons in 48 hr. Classical spectrum facilitates identification of unknowns using commercial libraries.
Original Press Release:
High Performance, High Value GC/MS
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments has introduced the GCMS-QP2010s Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer. Incorporating many of the high-end features of the GCMS-QP2010, the new GCMS-QP2010s offers high throughput capability that results in excellent productivity, providing users with an excellent performance-to-cost ratio. Like the QP-2010, the QP-2010s features patented constant linear velocity for optimum separation, 20 temperature ramps, and both scan and SIM modes. The SIM mode enables monitoring of up to 64 sets of ions with up to 64 ions per set-potentially determining hundreds of compounds simultaneously. Time-based Scan and SIM modes with 64 changes in each run maximize flexibility and performance. Designed for EI mode only, the QP-2010s features mass stability of 0.15 daltons in 48 hours.
Shimadzu's GCMS-QP2010s also features a number of design innovations, including post quadrupole focusing lenses, redesigned ion optics and front access for easy maintenance. GCMSsolution Data Station also fully controls and processes data for any analysis. Classical spectrum permits rapid identification of unknowns using commercial libraries, making the QP-2010s ideal for a variety of high-throughput applications. A range of accessories includes Shimadzu's AOC-20i Auto Injector, AOC-5000 Injection System, and PY2020 D Pyrolyzer.
For more information, call 800-477-1227, Fax: 410-381-1222, visit our web site at www.ssi.shimadzu.com, or write Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc., 7102 Riverwood Drive, Columbia, MD 21046-2502.