Gas Chromatography - High Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometry (GC-FAIMS)

Sensitive Detection and Identification of Volatile, Semivolatile and Nonvolatile Organic Compounds in complex Matrices

The GC-FAIMS combines the high selectivity of the chromatographic separation technique with the extraordinary sensitivity for the high field asymmetric ion mobility spectrometry. Therefore, the GC-FAIMS-combination is a very powerful analytical tool for a wide range of applications with excellent sensitivities. Field asymmetric ion mobility spectrometry (FAIMS), also known as differential mobility spectrometry (DMS), is a gas detection technology that separates and identifies chemical ions based on their mobility under a varying electric field at atmospheric pressure. FAIMS can be used to detect and to identify volatiles in aqueous, solid and gaseous matrices.

GC-FAIMS

Advantages

  • High reproducibility
  • GC temperatures: isotherm or ramps up to 200°C
  • Heating rates up to 15°C/min
  • Split/splitless heated Injector up to 300°C
  • Integrated mass flow controller and flow sensors for precise controlling of column, split and purge flows
  • Standard Inlet liner
  • Powerful custom software for data visualization, real time control and offline analysis
  • Detects positive and negative ions

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