A Sub Atmospheric Pressure MALDI (Sub-AP/MALDI) Source

Based on the next generation (ng) platform, we are proud to introduce our Sub-AP/MALDI source.

Combined with MassTech’s Ion Funnel technology, you can push the boundaries of mass range and limits of detection for a variety of purposes.  More Info

 

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The Leader in AP MALDI Development and Applications

MT Explorer 50

Say hello to our internally developed, MS-n capable 3D ion trap spectrometer, the MT Explorer 50.  Developed with field deployability and portability in mind, you can now bring laboratory level analysis with you wherever you want to go and with an atmospheric pressure interface, use almost any source you want!

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AP MALDI(ng) UHR

The AP MALDI (ng) UHR ion source is based upon the Next-Generation (ng) platform.  Along with new focusing optics, it also has a whole new level of user convenience with respect to installation and alignment.  If you have an older AP MALDI, there is no comparison – ask about a demo for a Next-Generation model today! More info.

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AP/MALDI (ng) HR

The Ion Funnel Interface

The-LCP

RF Generator

Reports from ASMS 2017 Part 2 of 3

As we continue to work through the interest shown in our AP MALDI next generation sources at ASMS, we would like to highlight another paper that one of our employees (in collaboration with NIH/NIDA-IRP) presented.  Titled “High Resolution Tissue Imaging Using Sub-Atmospheric and Atmospheric MALDI Sources”, written by Eugene Moskovets, Shelley Jackson, Ludovic Muller, Damon Barbacci, Albert Schultz, Vladimir Doroshenko and Amina Woods, the work focused on the use of different matrices and different laser wavelengths to improve ion yield…

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Reports from ASMS 2017 Part 1 of 3

MassTech’s APMALDI (ng) UHR source was featured in several presentations throughout ASMS 2017.  We will be highlighting some of the key discussions in a series of reports from ASMS here on our website.  For more details on the papers and for the original posters, you can always get copies from the ASMS website. Bingming Chen, Chuanzi OuYang, Zichuan Tian, Meng Xu and Lingjun Li, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy, Department of Chemistry, Department of Biochemistry, “A High Resolution Atmospheric…

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IMSC 2016 Toronto

MassTech says “Hello!” from our booth at the IMSC 2016 conference in Toronto, Ontario. Anyone interested in hands on time with a working AP MALDI UHR unit as well as our newest Sub-AP MALDI should come on by and meet with Dr. Doroshenko and Dr. Laiko during the day at booth #1129, behind the Waters booth.

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ASMS 2015 : New Products

63rd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics Join us at the ASMS Vendor Exhibit (Booth #70) from May 31- June 4, 2015 in the America’s Center, St. Louis, Missouri. We will demonstrate several new products on display, including new generation of AP/MALDI (ng) Ion Sources.

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MT Explorer 50 at Sanibel Conference

On January 22 – 25, 2015, MassTech MT Explorer 50 was the choice of instrument in four presentations at the Sanibel Conference on Security and Forensic Applications of Mass Spectrometry in Clearwater Beach, FL. We wish continued success to all of our users.

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AP MALDI HR on New Thermo Instruments

MassTech is excited to report that we completed initial testing of AP MALDI HR system on Thermo Orbitrap Fusion and TSQ Quantiva. We are very excited about the results, and customers who may be interested in an AP MALDI HR for their new Thermo systems as well as Q-Exactive system can contact us for more details. An application note can be found here.

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Sciex and AP MALDI

MassTech is excited to report that we have been able to complete a round of testing in Framingham, MA with the AP MALDI HR system on some Sciex’ newest machines, such as the Triple-TOF 5600. We are very excited about the results, and customers who may be interested in an AP MALDI HR for their Sciex system can contact us for more details. An application note can be found here.

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