Over fifty years ago, two professors changed the landscape of mass spectrometry by developing innovative RF and DC power supplies. Their discoveries became the foundation of Extrel—the world’s leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art research and process mass spectrometers, residual gas analysers, and quadrupole mass spectrometry components.
Since 1964, Extrel’s instruments have been recognized for their exceptional performance, reliability and flexibility, and are complemented by the most comprehensive application, technical and on-site support in the industry. Providing solutions for the needs of today’s leading researchers from individual components to full all-in-one systems, Extrel works with their customers to deliver the best product for their needs.
Extrel’s focus on the serviceability of their instruments is second-to-none, delivering thorough and comprehensive technical support and service on a worldwide level through on-site and remote support. The company also provides in-depth training through their Support Schools, customer-site training, and webinar classes, allowing customers to build a training curriculum that is right for them. The company’s analytical and process instruments have been applied in both research and industry—used by Nobel laureates and thousands of others in a variety of applications worldwide. Extrel looks forward to the next 50 years of inspiring scientific progress in research environments.
Industrial Process Mass Spectrometer
Whether you are using a quadrupole as a mass spectrometer analyzer,or to size select ions for your experiment, it is important to use the quadrupole that will give you the best results.
Extrel’s newest Quadrupole Power Supplies (QPS) deliver unrivalled long-term stability.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February 27, 2017 - Extrel will be exhibiting at the 2017 PITTCON conference in Chicago, March 5th - 9th, booth 3917. The conference will act as the platform for the debut of Extrel’s newest laboratory gas analyzer, the MAX300-CAT.
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