The Apex Omega desolvating nebulizer is the highest performing ICPMS sample introduction system available. An innovative combination of a multistage Peltier-cooled desolvation system in series with a helical EPTFE fluoropolymer membrane desolvator simultaneously maximizes ICPMS sensitivity and minimizes oxides.
|APX-O||Apex Omega high performance membrane desolvation system with quartz spray chamber|
|APX-O-HF||Apex Omega HF high performance membrane desolvation system with PFA spray chamber|
The IntraClean automatically cleans all wetted surfaces of Apex systems and restores optimum performance with easy one-button operation. All sample introduction systems, including desolvators, can accumulate residue after the prolonged analysis of moderate to high concentration samples. In desolvating systems, this is observed as either elevated background or signal spikes and requires periodic cleaning.
IntraClean Apex Cleaner Benefits:
The Micro DX autosampler, although designed for micro volume samples (25-1000 µL) maintains the flexibility of all DX autosamplers and is capable of sampling up to 125 mL bottles. The durable long-life carriage and multiple probe options ensure accuracy when sampling micro volume vials or microplates.
ICP and ICPMS sample integrity is maintained with the ESI DX autosampler enclosures. The enclosures can be configured either as a dust cover or ULPA-filtered mini-environment.
The ULPA (Ultra-Low Particle Arrester) filter creates a clean, positive pressure environment for samples and standards and prevents airborne contamination. The ULPA filter removes 99.999% of 0.12 micron particles.
The ULPA filter mounting plate fits the 2DX, 4DX, Micro DX and microFAST MC on either the right or left side of the enclosure.
The microFAST MC combines the capabilities of the Micro DX autosampler with single or dual loop FAST capabilities and syringe based sample loading/injection. The system accurately loads a loop and then smoothly injects the solution into a μFlow concentric nebulizer at defined rates from 5-1000 μL/min. The valve on the flow injection system selects from two discrete, parallel flow paths. This allows rapid switching between solutions with minimal dead volume between the valve and the nebulizer.