Mass spectrometers for vacuum, gas, plasma and surface science
More than 35 years of design, development and manufacture of quadrupole mass spectrometers.
Designed for analysis of dissolved gases in water, for use in the field at the riverbank, on boats and in mobile laboratories.
We design, develop and manufacture quadrupole mass spectrometers for advanced research applications and specialist process monitoring.
Our systems are used in a wide range of applications. Find the right system for your application.
What we Do
We design, develop and manufacture mass spectrometers for a wide range of applications:
Real time gas analysers that address the broadest application range.
Catalysis and Thermal Analysis
Automated micro reactors and mass spectrometers for catalyst researchers.
Thin Films, Plasma and Surface Engineering
RGA, plasma ion analysis, surface analysis and SIMS end point detection.
Residual Gas Analysis
Analysis of gas and vapor species in vacuum chambers and processes.
Surface analysis, UHV surface analysis, SIMS & SNMS.
Operando Raman-Mass Spectrometry investigation of hydrogen release by thermolysis of ammonia borane confined in mesoporous materials
Ammonia borane (NH3BH3, AB hereafter) is a white crystalline inorganic solid with 19.6 wt. % mass content of hydrogen whose thermal decomposition releases up to 2 equivalents of hydrogen below 200ºC and therefore constitutes a promising hydrogen storage material....
Pre-reduction and K loading effects on noble metal free Co-system catalyst for water gas shift reaction
Water gas shift (WGS) reaction is an important reaction for carbon monoxide removal, and the catalysts for the reaction have been investigated over the past three decades. Although many researches have revealed that noble metals enhance the activity of WGS catalysts,...
The Beginning of the Lithium Battery For many years, the only suitable battery for portable equipment, such as mobile computing and wireless communications was nickel-cadmium. Pioneer work on the lithium battery began in 1912, however it wasn’t until the 1970s when...