AutoConcept is the brand name of the high performance double focusing magnetic sector Mass Spectrometer instruments first developed in the 1990s. The high performance ion optic design inherited from Kratos Analytical forms the platform for both the organic and inorganic products of MSI. The AutoConcept with minimal lenses in the ion optics represents the best technology optimising on all the four primary parameters of a mass spectrometers: Sensitivity, Selectivity, Specificity and Resolution. Today AutoConcept is not just a product of MSI, but a brand that means reliability and innovation in the world of High Resolution Mass Spectrometry. Currently the organic AutoConcept platform with field-proven optics boasts of over 200 units installed worldwide.
STANDARD: The STANDARD AutoConcept is a high performance mass spectrometer dedicated to the analysis of organic materials to provide accurate mass information. The instrument features horizontal E-B geometry mounted on a solid framework with a three point antivibration support system, resulting in a highly stable instrument capable of achieving ultimate detection levels in a consistent and reproducible manner , We used in analysis of Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Clinical.
ENVIRONMENTAL : Protocols for environmental contaminant analysis specify high resolution mass spectrometry as the preferred detection method following high resolution gas chromatography. Only this level of instrumentation can eliminate responses from other materials present in complex matrices at sufficiently high sensitivity. AutoConcept is an excellent choice for these dedicated analyses, in particular those with exacting requirements such as the dioxin and furan protocols specified by methods US EPA 1613 and EN 1948.
Petroleum : AutoConcept Petroleum is the standard AutoConcept with an All Glass Heated Inlet System (AGHIS). The AGHIS is essential for analysis as per ASTM methodologies ensuring that the entire sample is vaporised and admitted into the mass spectrometer at a constant rate. The sample introduction container is made totally from glass to ensure that there is no sample decomposition due to the analyte coming into contact with a reactive surface.