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ICPMS-2030

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Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer

Shimadzu ICPMS-2030

The Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer ICPMS-2030 from Shimadzu features a newly developed collision cell and optimized internal structure that provides superior sensitivity, it also features the reduction of argon gas needed for analyses that results to low running cost thanks to the adoption of its proprietary mini-torch unit and provision of an Eco mode.

Two Assistant Functions Simplify Analysis

The Development Assistant simplifies the process of developing analytical methods. The Diagnosis Assistant automatically diagnoses spectral interference. Together, they provide analytical results with exceptionally high reliability.

Creating analytical methods for ICPMS-2030 Series analysis involves only selecting the measured and target elements, even for samples being analyzed for the first time. Then, based on the qualitative analysis data (for all mass numbers) from a representative sample, the Development Assistant automatically selects the optimal mass numbers and internal standard elements for the target measurement elements and automatically specifies the concentration range for calibration curve samples.

The Diagnosis Assistant automatically diagnoses spectral interference, based on data measured from all mass numbers. Even when using an already established method for routine analysis, the software analyzes data for any spectral interference to determine if a problem occurred.

Higher Sensitivity and Lower Interference

With this newly developed collision cell, polyatomic ions that previously may have been detected as spectral interference are efficiently eliminated by helium gas flowing through the cell, allowing the high-sensitivity analysis.

Enhanced Maintenance Features

The opening to the plasma stand is wide, allowing easy access to the plasma torch and interface unit. The interface can be easily removed by loosening captive screws by hand.

Designed for High Stability and Low Running Costs

New High-Frequency Power Supply!

Shimadzu is the world's first ICP manufacturer to develop an all-solid-state high-frequency power supply. Due to Shimadzu's extensive experience, this free-running type high-frequency power supply unit offers the highest output stability.