PlasmaQuant MSICP-MS tailored to your requirements
- Sensitive – 1500 Mcps/ppm at <2 % CeO
- Cost-effective – half the argon consumption
- Fast – 50 % higher sample throughput
- Robust – matrix-independent long-term stability
- Versatile – optimized for research and routine use
Faster, more sensitive, less expensive – ICP-MS solutions for modern laboratories
Both research and routine laboratories with the highest efficiency and detection standards benefit from the ICP-MS solutions of the PlasmaQuant MS series in three ways: market-leading sensitivity, the highest sample throughput, and the lowest costs per sample. These three benefits combine to provide a complete package that equips laboratories with great competitive advantages.
Sensitivity and efficiency
The unparalleled level of sensitivity of the PlasmaQuant MS provides you with analytical advantages that are clearly reflected in efficiency and lower costs per sample.
- Best detection limits
- High throughput
- Reduced sample preparation
- Robust performance
- Low maintenance requirements
The patented spectrometer design of the ICP-MS systems provide for the lowest detection limits and consistent analytical quality for extremely short integration times and high dilution factors. This ensures high throughput, long-term stability, and reproducible results, while significantly reducing your maintenance costs.
The combination of high sensitivity, high scanning speeds, and short integration times is perfect for laser ablation and single particle analysis. In addition, the outstanding mass separation provides the best conditions for isotope analysis.
Configure your personal ICP-MS
The PlasmaQuant MS series offers four models optimized for individual application requirements. Together with a range of upgrade options and accessories, the systems can be optimally adapted to the respective field of application.
PlasmaQuant MS – Product Animation
The ICP-MS PlasmaQuant MS from Analytik Jena sets standards in ICP-MS performance. Its superior performance is achieved through the synergy of innovative technologies, from the plasma system to the highly efficient, three-dimensional focusing of the ions in the high-resolution quadrupole to the fully digital detection of the ions.