Thermo Fisher Scientific has a strong commitment to supporting laboratories charged with the task of researching and monitoring POPs. Our commitment ensures high productivity, added value solutions for some of the most challenging POPs determinations.
Automate your entire sample preparation workflow with the new EXTREVA ASE system, which performs sample extraction, in-cell cleanup and evaporation. Faster extraction, with four samples extracted in parallel, increases laboratory throughput and efficiency, and the patented gas-assisted extraction mechanism uses less solvent, helping to advance your sustainability goals.
The EXTREVA ASE system automatically extracts and concentrates samples in one seamless integrated operation, eliminating the need to manually move sample extracts to another device for solvent evaporation.
The Thermo Scientific DFS High Resolution GC/MS is the most advanced high resolution mass spectrometer built for target compound analysis and for solving general organic analytical questions.
The DFS features:
Thermo Scientific TargetQuan 3 software is uniquely tailored for a workflow orientated POPs quantification. This software package is designed specifically to serve laboratories charged with performing routine quantification of POPs in a regulated environment. With TargetQuan 3, comprehensive processing of MS, MS/MS and HRMS data is possible on a single software platform for the seamless quantification of:
A Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is the foundation for delivering accurate, consistent, and traceable results—using standardized processes that meet regulatory guidelines, ensure public safety, and monitor quality throughout the entire sampling, testing, and reporting process.
To reinforce our commitment, we have established a POPs Center of Excellence; staffed with experts in POPs analysis, to be used as a direct resource for our customers and associates.
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