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GCMS-QP2010 Ultra

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The GCMS-QP2010 Ultra is our most advanced gas chromatograph mass spectrometer. Descended from the GCMS-QP2010 Plus, it features best-in-class scan speed and sensitivity. A newly designed and patented technology called ASSP™ (Advanced Scan Speed Protocol) allows this GC-MS to scan at 20,000 u/sec without sensitivity loss or spectral distortion. This improved data collection speed makes this the perfect instrument for Fast GC or comprehensive GC/MS (GCxGCMSq) analyses. Lab productivity and sample throughput are automatically increased. Ecology mode saves power and carrier gas consumption allowing for a lower cost of ownership and less environmental stress.

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