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PTR-QMS 300

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The PTR-QMS 300 is a very sensitive real-time monitor for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and can measure concentrations as low as 300 pptv.

Succeeding the IONICON Compact PTR-MS that has been produced since 2003, the new PTR-QMS 300 is a small and lightweight PTR-MS for research or process monitoring applications with a remarkable detection limit of < 0,3 ppbv.

The PTR-QMS 300 is engineered as a very affordable, user- and maintenance-friendly, lean and innovative bench top set-up that focuses on industrial applications. It features a touchscreen display allowing for one-button control of the system and even preconfigured analysis tasks in combination with an optional embedded industrial computer and individualized software packages.

We provide flexible inlet solutions such as the integrated multi-position capability and the possibility to optionally upgrade the PTR-QMS 300 with multiplexing and data interface units thus bringing down the costs per sampling point and simplifying the integration in existing monitoring network infrastructure.

For research or laboratory use the PTR-QMS 300 is available as a fully functional entry-level PTR-MS instrument, being operated using the comprehensive IONICON PTR-QMS series software suite, available on an external notebook computer.

Product PTR-QMS 300
Company Ionicon Analytik GmbH
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Ionicon Analytik GmbH
Eduard-Bodem-Gasse 3 6020 Innsbruck AUSTRIA (Europe)

Tel: +43 512 214 800
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