Upgrade and Innovate Your Ion Chromatography System

Improve your ion chromatography capabilities with updated systems and software

Looking to update your Ion Chromatography system? Older, discontinued systems may have unsupported components or no longer have parts available for repair. A newer system can improve your productivity, resolution and help ensure laboratory safety and compliance.

Thermo Scientific has an Ion Chromatography (IC) system to meet your needs. Browse our suggestions below or contact one of our experts to tailor a selection specific to your analyses and workflow needs.

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What instrument is recommended?

Find discontinued products, suggested instrument equivalence, and current products below. You will also find a short list of key differences. See our content resources for further information.

Upgrade dual channel ICS-5000+ to ICS-6000

Discontinued System

ICS-5000+
(with gradient pump)

ICS-5000+ (with gradient pump)

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

ICS-6000
(with gradient pump)

ICS-6000 (with gradient pump)

 Instrument Equivalence Letter

Key differences in ICS 5000+ (with gradient pump) and ICS-6000 (with gradient pump):

  • RFID consumable tracking
  • Dual EG to extend application capability with ease of use
  • Optional WiFi for ease access
     
Upgrade dual channel ICS-5000 to ICS-6000

Discontinued System

ICS-5000
(with gradient pump)

ICS-5000 (with gradient pump)

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

ICS-6000
(with gradient pump)

ICS-6000 (with gradient pump)

 Instrument Equivalence Letter

Key differences in ICS-5000 (with gradient pump) and ICS-6000 (with gradient pump):

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns
  • RFID consumable tracking
  • Dual EG to extend application capability with ease of use
     
Upgrade dual channel ICS-3000 to ICS-6000

Discontinued System

ICS-3000
(with gradient pump)

ICS-3000 (with gradient pump)

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

ICS-6000
(with gradient pump)

ICS-6000 (with gradient pump)

 Instrument Equivalence Letter

Key differences between ICS-3000 (with gradient pump) and ICS-6000 (with gradient pump):

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns
  • RFID consumable tracking 
  • Dual EG to extend application capability with ease of use
     

Upgrade single channel ICS-5000+ to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-5000+
(with isocratic pump)

ICS-5000+ (with isocratic pump)

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion
HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 5000+ (with isocratic pump) and Integrion HPIC System:

  • RFID consumable tracking
  • Dual Eluent Generation Cartridge (EGC) mode to extend application capability with ease of use
  • Column compartment temperature 30-80ºC
     
Upgrade ICS-5000 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-5000
(with isocratic pump)

ICS-5000 (with isocratic pump)

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion
HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS-5000 (with isocratic pump) and Integrion HPIC System:

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns
  • RFID consumable tracking 
  • Column compartment temperature 30-80° C
     
Upgrade ICS-3000 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-3000
(with isocratic pump)

ICS-3000 (with isocratic pump)

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion
HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS-3000 (with isocratic pump) and Integrion HPIC System:

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns
  • RFID consumable tracking 
  • Column compartment temperature 30-80° C
     
Upgrade ICS-2500 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-2500

ICS-2500

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 2500 and Integrion HPIC System:

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns
  • Easier access to RFIC components (Eluent Generation Cartridges and Continuously Regenerated Trap Columns)
  • Plug and play conductivity or electrochemical detectors can be easily installed or exchanged
     
Ugrade ICS-2100 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-2100

ICS-2100

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 2100 and Integrion HPIC System: 

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns 
  • Easier access to RFIC components (Eluent Generation Cartridges and Continuously Regenerated Trap Columns)
  • Forced air flow column oven reduces temperature gradients and ensures consistent separations
  • Plug and play conductivity or electrochemical detectors can be easily installed or exchanged 
  • Consumables Device Monitoring tracks consumables performance and usage
  • Mobile Instrument Control allows remote status monitoring and instrument control via a tablet
     
Upgrade ICS-2000 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-2000

ICS-2000

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 2000 and Integrion HPIC System:

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system  operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns 
  • Easier access to RFIC components (Eluent Generation Cartridges and Continuously Regenerated Trap Columns)
  • Forced air flow column oven reduces temperature gradients and ensures consistent separations
  • Plug and play conductivity or electrochemical detectors can be easily installed or exchanged 
  • Consumables Device Monitoring tracks consumables performance and usage
  • Mobile Instrument Control allows remote status monitoring and instrument control via a tablet
     
Upgrade ICS-1000 to Aquion

Discontinued System

ICS-1000

ICS-1000

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Aquion HPIC System

Aquion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS-1000 and Aquion IC System:

  • Newer electronics 
  • Upgraded model 
  • Improved connectivity
     
Upgrade ICS-1100 to Aquion

Discontinued System

ICS-1100

ICS-1100

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Aquion HPIC System

Aquion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS-1100 and Aquion IC System:

  • Newer electronics 
  • Upgraded model 
  • Improved connectivity
     
Upgrade ICS-1500 to Aquion

Discontinued System

ICS-1500

ICS-1500

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Aquion HPIC System

Aquion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS-1500 and Aquion IC System:

  • Newer electronics 
  • Upgraded model 
  • Improved connectivity
     

Upgrade ICS-1000 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-1000

ICS-1000

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 1000 and Integrion HPIC System:

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns
  • Easier access to RFIC components (Eluent Generation Cartridges and Continuously Regenerated Trap Columns)
  • Plug and play conductivity or electrochemical detectors can be easily installed or exchanged
     
Upgrade ICS-1100 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-1100

ICS-1100

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 1100 and Integrion HPIC System: 

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns 
  • Easier access to RFIC components (Eluent Generation Cartridges and Continuously Regenerated Trap Columns)
  • Forced air flow column oven reduces temperature gradients and ensures consistent separations
  • Plug and play conductivity or electrochemical detectors can be easily installed or exchanged 
  • Consumables Device Monitoring tracks consumables performance and usage
  • Mobile Instrument Control allows remote status monitoring and instrument control via a tablet
     
Upgrade ICS-1600 to Integrion

Discontinued System

ICS-1600

ICS-1600

 Instrument Discontinuance Letter

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Recommended System

Integrion HPIC System

Integrion HPIC System

Key differences between ICS 1600 and Integrion HPIC System:

  • High Pressure Ion Chromatography (HPIC) system  operates at up to 6000 psi, allowing the use of 4µm columns 
  • Easier access to RFIC components (Eluent Generation Cartridges and Continuously Regenerated Trap Columns)
  • Forced air flow column oven reduces temperature gradients and ensures consistent separations
  • Plug and play conductivity or electrochemical detectors can be easily installed or exchanged 
  • Consumables Device Monitoring tracks consumables performance and usage
  • Mobile Instrument Control allows remote status monitoring and instrument control via a tablet