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Hiden Analytical, a global leader in scientific instrumentation, proudly announced the successful launch of the TDSLab Series at the International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) 2024. The TDSLab Series, which includes the TDSLab-6, TDSLab-9, and TDSLab-20 systems, represents a significant breakthrough in thermal desorption spectrometry. These state-of-the-art systems are designed to replace the renowned TPD Workstation, offering enhanced precision, reliability, and versatility to meet the evolving needs of modern scientific research and industrial applications.

Key Features of the TDSLab Series:

  • TDSLab-6: Specifically designed for hydrogen embrittlement and material degradation studies, featuring exceptional hydrogen detection capabilities with a 6 mm diameter triple filter quadrupole mass spectrometer.
  • TDSLab-9: Optimized for high-mass analysis in photovoltaic and semiconductor research, capable of handling complex samples up to 20,000 amu with a 9 mm diameter triple filter quadrupole.
  • TDSLab-20: Engineered for precision isotope analysis in nuclear fusion research, offering ultra-high resolution with a 20 mm diameter triple filter quadrupole mass spectrometer.

The TDSLab Series is equipped with advanced features such as high precision measurement, versatile sample handling, real-time data monitoring, and ultra-high vacuum environments, ensuring comprehensive analysis of material properties under various conditions.

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Colin Robertson, Sales Director at Hiden Analytical, expressed his excitement about the launch: “We are delighted with the response to the TDSLab Series at ICOPS 2024. These systems represent Hiden Analytical’s commitment to innovation and excellence. The TDSLab Series provides researchers with the tools they need to achieve groundbreaking results and advance their work to new heights.

Frank Sun, General Manager of Extratech Beijing, Hiden Analytical’s partner in China, was also present at the booth A14, offering insights and demonstrations of the TDSLab systems to conference attendees.

Applications of the TDSLab Series:

  • Thin film research
  • Photovoltaic studies
  • Hydrogen in metals analysis
  • Semiconductor research
  • Nuclear fusion research

The International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is a premier event that brings together leading scientists, engineers, and researchers from around the world to discuss the latest advancements in plasma science and technology. Hiden Analytical was honoured to be part of this prestigious conference, engaging with the scientific community and showcasing the capabilities of the TDSLab Series.

For more information about the TDSLab Series please visit www.HidenAnalytical.com. You can also find out more information about our range of systems by contacting Hiden Analytical via email , or giving us a call +44 (0) 1925 445225.

About Hiden Analytical Ltd:

Hiden Analytical has been a pioneer in mass spectrometry for over 40 years, providing advanced instrumentation for diverse applications in materials science, surface science, plasma research, and environmental analysis. Our commitment to innovation and excellence drives us to develop solutions that meet the evolving needs of the scientific community.

Contact Information: Hiden Analytical 420 Europa Boulevard Warrington, WA5 7UN UK Phone: +44 (0) 1925 445225 Email: Website: www.HidenAnalytical.com

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