Laboratories serving the food, pharmaceutical and environmental industries can benefit from equipment that accommodates accelerated throughput and improved sensitivity. This is especially important now that lowering human and environmental health risk is among the top priority across a variety of markets.
To address this need of high-performance equipment, Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched its new line of mass spectrometers. The TSQ Plus mass spectrometer range comes in three types: TSQ Altis Plus, TSQ Quantis Plus, TSQ Fortis Plus M. These boast of improved data acquisition and polarity switching speeds, with low-add product ion transmission efficiency. Integrating this tool can increase your process workflow, yielding greater volumes of process output.
The TSQ Plus portfolio utilises state-of-the-art chromatography and data processing software solutions too. It’s also easier to move data from the previous version of the product, which its simplified and direct instrument method transfers. The equipment can also be integrated with leading liquid- and ion-chromatography systems and software seamlessly and with ease.
“Laboratories performing routine quantitative experiments continue to need to identify new compounds of interest across industries, such as pharma, food and environmental, resulting in rapidly changing regulations and lower detection limits,” said August Specht, vice president, research and development, chromatography and mass spectrometry, Thermo Fisher. “In order to protect consumer and environmental health, laboratories need to provide comprehensive workflows to address evolving requirements, and the TSQ Plus triple quadrupole MS portfolio has been designed to deliver.”
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