PerkinElmer® delivers unrivalled flexibility. Whatever your application, requirements, or budget, PerkinElmer® has a solution for you. The GC platforms run on Waters® Empower® 3 Software, an industry leading chromatography data software (CDS) system that manages multi-vendor data and simplifies data collection, processing and reporting.
Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS)
PerkinElmer’s GC/MS systems are suitable for most applications in the food, environmental, industrial, and forensics sectors.
Clarus SQ 8 GC/MS
The Clarus SQ 8 GC/MS offers high throughput, sensitivity for identification and quantitation of volatile and semi-volatile compounds and can meet the most regulated environmental requirements.
AxION® iQT™ GC/MS/MS
Labs performing complex sample analyses can get more in depth information and have the ability to identify a broad range of compounds selectively, specficically and accurately using the AxION® iQT.
Torion T-9 Portable GC/MS
The Torion T-9 Portable GC/MS is the world’s smallest portable GC/MS. It is also fast, reliable, and easy to use. The Torion T-9 is rechargeable battery operated with a color touchscreen user interface, or a simple three-button navigation. The system’s speed and portability make it ideal for analysis outside of your lab.
PerkinElmer’s ICP-OES, ICP-MS, and AA have been installed worldwide to obtain precise data from inorganic elemental analyses quickly, efficiently, and effortlessly.
Inductively Coupled Plasma – Optical Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-OES)
The Optima 8000 Series carries on a tradition of providing the best resolution and linear dynamic range, alongside the highest reliability and high performance. The ICP-OES is used by labs focusing on environmental, geochemical, pharmaceutical/ nutraceutical, oil, as well as food/product safety applications. The main features include:
The Optima 7300V family is specifically designed for the unique challenges of oil sample analysis and geochemical and metallurgical applications. It is the ideal solution for laboratories focused on these areas that require excellent performance and productivity for economical elemental analysis vertical torch Design (7300V) for minimal maintenance.
ICP-MS is a very sensitive elemental analysis technique capable of analyzing a wide variety of sample types. One of the appealsof ICP-MS is a large number of elements being measured within a short period time. The NexION 350 ICP-MS is able to perform trace-elemental analysis in applications such as food testing, environmental monitoring, biomonitoring, semiconductor analysis, and geochemical observations.
The PinAAcle AAS line provides state-of-the art and high-performance instrumentation and offers a variety of configurations and capabilities to match the specific needs for analysis. Features include:
Fourier Transformation Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR)
The FTIR systems provide fast and accurate analysis, while being easily configurable. The main features include: the OpticsGuard™ technology, which protects the instrument from environmental effects such as humidity; and the patented Dynascan, which provides the FTIR with a stable design that does not require alignment correction.
The PerkinElmer® FTIR Frontiers and Spectrum 2 Series can be used in a wide range of applications, including:
PerkinElmer’s Lambda Series offers confidence for a wide range of sample analysis from UV/VIS to NIR. Self-aligning accessories provide for “mistake-proof” materials characterization.
Key applications include:
LS-55 and LS-45 Fluorescence Spectrometers provide support with the ultimate blend of high performance, reliability, ease-of-use, durability and versatility. These industry-leading fluorescence spectrophotometers cover any measurement mode or type of data analysis, and include:
The PerkinElmer® 2400 Series II CHNS/O Elemental Analyzer (2400 Series II) provides fast and effective rapid determination of the carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur or oxygen content in solids, liquids, volatile and viscous samples in the fields of pharmaceuticals, polymers, chemicals, environmental and energy. The samples themselves are combusted, with the resulting combustion gases measured by using the classical Pregl-Dumas method.
This field describes a group of analytical techniques that measure the physical properties of a material (i.e. heat flow, mass, dimension) as a function of temperature. The analyzers cover all major fields including, polymers, rubbers, chemicals, pharmaceutics, and life sciences.
A DSC measures the amount of energy (heat) absorbed or released by a sample as it is heated, cooled or held at a constant (isothermal) temperature. The precise measure of sample temperature is also made with a DSC. The DSC 4000 and 6000 provide a wide range of applications, which include:
A Thermogravimetric Analyzer measures the change in mass of a sample as the sample is heated, cooled or held at a constant (isothermal) temperature. PerkinElmer’s TGA 4000 and 8000 combine excellent atmosphere control, high throughput automation, and advanced hyphenation technology for a full understanding of the gases evolved during heating of a sample. TGA is used to characterize materials used in a variety of environmental applications, including:
The PerkinElmer® STA 6000 and 8000 provide stable performance with an efficient productivity ranging from QC to R&D applications. With the power to acquire both TGA and DTA/DSC measurements simultaneously, the compact, small instrument delivers high performance thermal analysis across the widest range of applications. To grasp complete moisture and solvent evaporation, the STA can operate from as low as 15 ºC to 1600 C.
Key applications include:
TMA 4000 and DMA 8000 represent this area of thermal analysis. TMA 4000 measures dimensional changes such as function of temperature, while DMA 8000 measures changes of rheological behavior under dynamic conditions. These instruments are ideal for the measurement of: