The S20 series autosamplers is the next generation of high-performance, robust, and agile autosamplers designed specifically for PerkinElmer’s spectroscopy platforms - atomic and molecular. It comprises the S23 and S25, delivering seamless operation to laboratories that require reliable automation and ease of use, improving sample-to-sample run times.
The S23/S25 autosamplers are equipped with proprietary crash detection, programmable intelligent acceleration and deceleration speed in three axis, dual rinse station and LED status light. This series is also designed with removable sample trays for easy switching between running aqueous and organic matrices.
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The S23 autosampler is ideal for labs with low-to-mid sample loads and features the following:
|Model Name||S23 Autosampler for AA, ICP-OES, ICP-MS, UV/Vis and FL|
The S20 series is the next generation of high-performance, robust, and agile autosamplers designed specifically for PerkinElmer’s spectroscopy platforms - atomic and molecular. The series is comprised of two autosamplers: the S23 with three racks and the S25 with five racks. They are designed to meet the needs of all types of laboratories requiring:
Our High Throughput System (HTS) is a uniquely designed modular sample introduction that integrates with the NexION® series of ICP-MS and the Avio® series of ICP-OES to dramatically reduce sample-to-sample time, thereby improving sample throughput while maintaining operation simplicity. The HTS maximizes productivity by significantly reducing the time required for the sample uptake, stabilization, and washout.
This valve-driven system is fully integrated with the Syngistix platform, eliminating the need for third-party software. Using a metal-free fluid path, the system quickly delivers the sample to the plasma, providing excellent results. With simple programming and workflow, the NexION ICP-MS and Avio ICP-OES with HTS simplifies method development for high-throughput analyses, allowing you to dramatically increase the number of samples you can analyze per day.