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Henniker Scientific’s latest version of the MAX300 LG Quadrupole Gas Analyser is now available with an ultra-fast response sample introduction inlet for transient gas analysis applications.

Jürgen Gross has been using ambient mass spectrometry to look at the presence of polydimethylsiloxanes (PDMS) in food prepared in silicone rubber objects and on baking parchment. He shows that PDMS migrates into the food, something perhaps we should think about if in the mood for some baking!

Photonis announced a new segmented monolithic reflectron lens.

Thermo Fisher Scientific introduced the Orbitrap Fusion Lumos Tribrid mass spectrometer.

The redesigned Thermo Scientific Xcalibur 4.0 software is a complete console that brings together software for acquisition and analysis of MS data.

The new Thermo Scientific Q Exactive GC hybrid quadrupole-Orbitrap GC-MS/MS instrument combines GC and HRAM Orbitrap mass spectrometry

The Thermo Scientific Pesticide Explorer Collection is a set of LC-MS solutions for routine quantitation, targeted screening and non-targeted analysis of pesticide residues in food matrices.

Agilent introduced the 6545 Q-TOF system designed to provide added sensitivity for routine analyses.

The Agilent 6470 triple quadrupole LC-MS has been engineered to provide attogram-level sensitivity and accurate quantitation with up to six orders of linear dynamic range.

Bruker’s MALDI Tissuetyper is based on their new rapiflex MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry system.

Bruker’s new Mycobacteria Library 3.0 now includes 149 species.

Shimadzu have launched the LCMS-8060 triple quadrupole mass spectrometer.

SCIEX’s BioBA is a collection of components for bioanalysis of biologics.

The Lipidyzer Platform is an integrated solution that enables scientists to rapidly identify and quantify over 1000 lipid molecular species.

Waters’ Vion IMS QTof mass spectrometer combines high-resolution tandem spectrometry and ion mobility separation in a bench-top instrument.Waters’ Vion IMS QTof mass spectrometer combines high-resolution tandem spectrometry and ion mobility separation in a bench-top instrument.


TASQ 1.0

The Target Analysis for Screening and Quantitation software is designed to exploit high-resolution, accurate-mass data generated by Bruker QTOF mass spectrometers to screen for trace residues in complex matrices. Wizards guide users through screening and quantitative workflows. TASQ also uses the simultaneous collection of MS and MS/MS fragment data to eliminate false positives.


Software that provides very fast, accurate quantitative results for high-throughput targeted analyses in routine labs using Bruker GC and LC triple quad mass spectrometers. PACER looks for exceptions in the chromatographic peak, as well as throughout the workflow.



The fourth generation of JEOL’s GC/ToF-MS systems has improved resolution, accuracy and sensitivity. Can be used in combination with GC×GC using the Zoex thermal modulator. An optional combination EI/FI/FD ion source eliminates the need for source exchange in these cases.


Celebrating 10 years since the introduction of the AccuTOF-DART ambient ionisation mass spectrometer, this latest version has new performance capabilities including enhanced resolution, speed and accuracy.


Pegasus GC-HRT 4D

Combination of GC×GC and high-performance ToF mass spectrometer to characterise complex samples. Has built-in easy switching between GC and GC×GC and includes the chemical ionisation (HR-CI) source, high mass accuracy and resolution on pseudo-molecular ions. Resolution is up to 50,000 FWHM, mass accuracy

Ionicon have introduced a fastGC module for their PTR-TOFMS instruments which adds an optional chemical separation step before the analysis.

Bruker has announced the evolution of their maXis™ line of ultrahigh-resolution quadrupole time-of-flight (UHR-qTOF) mass spectrometers.

Shimadzu has launched the new compact and robust “hybrid-bearing” TMP-B300 turbo molecular vacuum pump.

Advion has released a direct analysis probe for its line of “expression” compact mass spectrometers.