ISQ 7000 GC-MS Highlights

Sensitivity

Delivers femtogram-level sensitivity so you consistently meet required detection limits as you run samples, whether you run in SIM mode or Full Scan. The ISQ 7000 GC-MS features a unique ion path that neutral particles cannot navigate and a choice of an ExtractaBrite or AEI ion source, depending on your sensitivity needs.

Uptime

The robust design of the ISQ 7000 GC-MS ensures that the system can work continuously to produce the highest quality results possible.  High matrix tolerance minimizes routine maintenance, but when maintenance is required, the NeverVent technology available with the ExtractaBrite ion source enables source cleaning, column replacement or injector maintenance without requiring downtime to vent the instrument, so more time can be spent producing results.

Workflows

The intuitive Thermo Scientific Chromeleon Chromatography Data System (CDS) is available to help streamline quantitative workflows and ready-to-use Thermo Scientific eWorkflows can be downloaded from the Thermo Scientific Appslab Library of Analytical Applications to jump-start your method development. For U.S. EPA-based environmental applications, the Environmental Analysis Extension pack provides a set of GC-MS e-workflow and reporting templates.

Ease of use

Automated software for instrument tuning, method development, targeted quantification and untargeted screening workflows make the ISQ 7000 GC-MS system easy to learn and enables quick transition to this system from other platforms.

Scalability

The ISQ 7000 GC-MS system enables an upgrade path from the entry level to advanced configurations, allowing you to add new capabilities as your laboratory needs change.

 

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