Scion detectors targeted at gas chromatographers
Scion SQ GC/MS single-quadrupole
The Scion SQ GC/MS single-quadrupole and the Scion TQ GC-MS triple-quadrupole systems from Bruker Daltonics are suitable for applications such as food testing, forensics and fuel analysis.
Targeted at gas chromatographers, the space-saving Scion series is designed to be sensitive and to deliver robust and reliable performance.
The SQ and TQ detectors come with an MRM method builder, designed by chromatographers.
Users do not need to know the MRM transition of an analyte, as the software automatically fills this in.
Users simply drag in the name of their compounds from the factory-installed compound library, which contains more than 2,500 MRM transitions, and the software sets up the method and manages the duty cycle.
Both the Scion SQ and the Scion TQ are available with the compact 436 gas chromatograph.
For those requiring more flexibility, the 455 Laboratory gas chromatograph is also available.
The 436 and 455 are designed to provide complete sample integrity with fast oven performance, flexible inlet/detector options and a variety of automations/sample handling capabilities.
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