Agilent Technologies has expanded its portfolio of scientific instruments with the launch of 6495B triple quadrupole LC/MS system that provides even greater sensitivity and accuracy for peptide quantitation, food safety, environmental testing, clinical research, and forensic toxicology. The new LC/MS system combines high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and triple quadrupole mass spectrometry in an integrated system to deliver outstanding operational efficiencies.

The 6495B provides improved mass range, scan speed, and polarity switching, enabling scientists to better analyze molecules from a wide array of sample matrices. The system also incorporates a new gate valve that facilitates even quicker and easier removal of the inlet capillary without having to vent the instrument, enabling increased uptime and productivity. This new gate valve can withstand thousands of opening and closing cycles without losing its tight vacuum seal. With fewer moving components, it also minimizes wear and particulate generation, reducing the need for maintenance. Coupled with Agilent MassHunter software, which simplifies sample management and analysis, the Agilent 6495B triple quadrupole LC/MS system accelerates analysis, delivering even more reliable results and quickly turning data into insights.

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