The SCION GC-MS Series sets a new industry standard for GC-MS. The SCION series is simple to use and incredibly sensitive and delivers robust and reliable performance. All this comes complete in a space-saving package that makes upgrading to new levels of performance a simple and cost-effective process.
Both the SCION SQ and the SCION TQ are available with the new, compact 436 Gas Chromatograph. For those requiring more GC flexibility, the 456 Laboratory GC is also available. The 436 and 456 are designed to provide complete sample integrity with fast oven performance, flexible inlet/detector options, and a wide variety of automation/sample handling capabilities.
SCION SQ GC-MS Benefits
Easy to Use and Maintain - Simple tuning due to “lens-free” ion-path design
Simple Calibration – New EDR detector minimizes effort
Robust – A heated inert ion source that requires less frequent cleaning
Sensitive – Active-Focusing q0 uses He molecules to focus ions
Upgrade Ready – Maximum vacuum 320/400 L/sec means longer performance plus easy upgrade to Chemical Ionization; just add a CI sourceBrochure
SCION TQ GC-MS/MS Benefits
Simple Tuning – “Lens-free” ion path for higher stability and sensitivity
More Sensitivity – Active-Focusing q0 uses Helium molecules to increase ion transmission
Higher S/N – Elliptical ion-path design resulting in virtually zero neutral or chemical noise
Easy MRM Method Setup – Simply type the name of the compound and the MRM information auto-fills
Unrivaled NCI Performance – High capacity turbo-pump standard with every SCION TQ
Eliminate Re-injections – Extended Dynamic Range detector with unique Integrated-Quad design
Spectral Searching – One-click search of multiple spectral databases
Libraries – User-created or commercial library support – NIST, Wiley, and Maurer, Pfleger, Weber (MPW)
Reporting – Over 50 standard report templates, Application specific, EPA Environmental, WPDT
Custom Report Creator – Excel®-based for rapid creation
MRM Method Builder – Designed by Chromatographers
With the SCION TQ, you don’t need to know the MRM transition of an analyte; let the software auto-fill it for you! Simply drag in the name of the compound from the factory-installed compound library which contains over 2500 MRM transitions, and let the software set up the method and manage the TQ duty cycle.