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New Offering Focuses on ICPMS Instruments

PHOTONIS USA, a leading electro-optic manufacturer, announced that it has reached an agreement with MasCom Technologies GmbH of Bremen, Germany to stock and resell a wide selection of discrete dynode electron multipliers designed for use in Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometer instruments (ICPMS).

The agreement adds to PHOTONIS’ extensive line of electron multiplier products.

PHOTONIS is the market leader in electron multipliers for analytical instruments. The company focuses on a co-design and development partnership with most major manufacturers of analytical instruments, including Mass Spectrometers, Surface Science, Focused Ion Beam, Scanning Electron Microscope, Residual Gas Analyzers and Ion Mobility spectrometers.

PHOTONIS USA currently offers over 150 models of electron multipliers, including complete detector assemblies using single-channel (Channeltron®) and multi-channel electron multipliers. These models support a wide range of current production and legacy instruments across a variety of mass spectrometry techniques including TOF, Q-TOF, MALDI-TOF, LC-MS, GC-MS, and Ion Trap in addition to ICPMS.


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