A compact transportable case mounted gas analyser configured for environmental field studies
Versatile mass spectrometer gas analyser with a wide range of interchangeable sampling inlets
Analysis of dissolved species from 100% to sub-ppb levels
Portable and robust system which can be powered from a 12 V supply for field use
Low sample volume gas analysis and for applications requiring detection of low concentration levels
The Hiden pQA, a versatile user configurable mass spectrometer system, is available with a range of sample inlets for real-time analysis of evolved or dissolved gases and vapours. MIMS inlets are offered for analysis of dissolved species in ground water, fermentation cultures, soil samples, and general applications where analysis of dissolved species in liquid sample is required. A compact transportable case operated with a 12 V or 24 V electrical supply makes it ideal for in-situ measurements in the field, providing a distinct advantage in time and efficiency over traditional analysis methods. Equipped with an extending handle and base wheels, detection to sub-ppb levels and a 200 amu mass range, the pQA is an all-in-one solution enabling the acquisition of laboratory quality data on the go. Hiden MASsoft and QGA Professional software packages are supplied for quantitative analysis of gas species and both include soft ionisation capability for reduced spectral fragmentation and simplified data interpretation.
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