MAX-HM Series Extended

The Extrel MAX-HM series quadrupole mass spectrometers from Henniker Scientific are now available with extended mass range options to 16,000 amu. Each instrument features the quadrupole mass filter assembly, a precision machined 9.5 mm or 19 mm rod set with improved RF-only pre- and post-filter stages, stabilising rods and high-power generators that, in combination, deliver improved transmission, resolution and abundance sensitivity characteristics at high masses. They are all available as a fully UHV compatible bolt-on instrument or with application matched single or compound molecular beam inlet pressure reduction stages, addressing a wide range of atomic and molecular studies, including nano-cluster deposition, analysis of biomolecules, plasma polymerisation and SIMS/SNMS of polymeric materials. The range covers discreet upper mass limits of 500 amu, 1000 amu, 2000 amu, 4000 amu and 16,000 amu with a frequency specific and interchangeable RF generator that also allow a single instrument to operate over multiple mass ranges without the need for re-tuning.

Henniker Scientific Ltd
Issue: 24-02
RSN: 117


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