PerkinElmer launches new workflow tools

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

April 20, 2020 -- PerkinElmer has released a variety of new tools to help pharmaceutical, semiconductor, biomonitoring, and food and material labs improve their testing and research performance.

The new tools include the following:

  • NexION 5000 Multi-Quadruple ICP-MS for trace element analyses
  • Spectrum 3 spectrometer, a tri-range Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy device which features 100 scans per second for research, product development, or reaction monitoring. Spectrum 3 can be used with the company's TGA 8000 thermogravimetric analyzer and its Clarus Sq8 GC/MS chromatography system. It is based on the company's Spectrum 10 software.
  • Spectrum Two + spectrometer for compositional and quality analyses
  • S20 Autosamplers Series for improving sample automation speed

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