Thermo Fisher Scientific Extends Linear Ion Trap and Triple Stage Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer Trade-In Program
Product News Jun 15, 2010
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. announces the extension of its LC-MS ion trap and triple stage quadrupole trade-in programs to include the trade-in of instruments from any vendor.
Scientists are invited to participate in the Traps and Triples Trade-In Program by trading in ion trap or triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometers and upgrading to Thermo Scientific linear ion trap or triple stage quadrupole technology.
Available through September 2010, new and existing customers are eligible to trade in any model of ion trap or triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometer for a discounted price on a new Thermo Scientific linear ion trap or triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometer.
Thermo Fisher is offering its complete line of ion trap and triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometers through the promotional period. Both product lines offer models suitable for a range of uses, from routine analyzes to research applications.
Building on a strong tradition of innovation, the Thermo Scientific LTQ Series mass spectrometers provide enhanced performance for complex sample analyses. The Thermo Scientific LTQ XL is equipped with tools to generate extensive structural information while providing exceptional sensitivity and flexibility. The Thermo Scientific LCQ Fleet can provide rich information for routine analysis of complex samples.
Thermo Scientific TSQ Series mass spectrometers are among triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometers available. The Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum Ultra is designed for quantitative applications and provides ultimate productivity and method development at high specificity.
Scientists interested in obtaining the latest technology in mass spectrometry can trade in their old ion trap or triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometers for a new Thermo Scientific LTQ Velos or Thermo Scientific TSQ Vantage, the company says.
Scientists can upgrade the analytical power of their laboratory with the LTQ Velos™, or the advanced triple stage quadrupole TSQ Vantage™. Both of these instruments utilize advanced S-Lens ion optics, which improve instrument sensitivity and data acquisition rates by collecting and focusing more of the ions as they travel from the ion source to the mass analyzer, Thermo Fisher Scientific claims.