contrAA® — Atomic Absorption. Redefined.
Munich, Germany, May 11, 2016 – More than a decade after its first commercial introduction with the contrAA® family of instruments, High-Resolution Continuum Source AAS (HR-CS AAS) has become a well-established and appreciated analysis technology in routine, research, and academia.
Analytik Jena expands its product range of ICP-OES instruments (optical emission spectrometers using inductively coupled plasma) with a second model. With PlasmaQuant® PQ 9000 and PlasmaQuant® PQ 9000 Elite Analytik Jena now offers two systems customized to the analytical demands of applications ranging from agricultural, food and environmental routine analytics to advanced material analysis / research of saline, metallic, and petrochemical materials.
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The superior performance of the PlasmaQuant® MS is achieved through the synergy of innovative technologies. From the next generation plasma system and dual-cone interface, to the ReflexION’s highly efficient, 3-dimensional focusing of ions into the high-definition quadrupole. They all work together to provide the world’s most sensitive ICP-MS. The simultaneous removal of photons and neutral particles reduces the background to less than 1 count, allowing the lowest possible detection limits to be reached.
With the introduction of the PlasmaQuant® MS, Analytik Jena has extended its portfolio with an ICP-MS. The newly developed mass spectrometer with patented solid-state RF generator for plasma generation sets a new industry standard in inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. The highly efficient RF generator produces a robust, balanced plasma with an argon consumption rate of less than 10 L/min plasma coolant gas. Effectively reducing argon consumption by half compared to conventional ICP-MS in the market.
The fast and reliable determination of chlorine in crude oil and related matrices is important for refineries. The chlorine content in crude oil and its fractions is the main reason of corrosion, which causes considerable damage to pipelines and tanks and leads to catalyst poisoning.
Manufacturers of analytical measuring technology recertified with the “Jena Family Seal 2014”, an initiative from the Jena Alliance for the Family
Jena, Germany, November 26, 2014 – Analytik Jena AG was awarded this year’s “Jena Family Seal” yesterday evening and was therefore honored again after 2012 for its family-friendly and socially-orientated corporate policy. The seal is awarded every two years on the initiative of the Jena Alliance for the Family and the Society for the Promotion of A Family-Friendly Jena.
Jena (Germany), November 27, 2014 — Analytik Jena AG (Prime Standard: AJA, ISIN: DE0005213508) has again to reduce its profit expectation for the previous financial year 2013/2014 and now expects for the reporting period a negative operating result (EBIT) in the mid-seven digit range.
Jena (Germany)/New Delhi (India), November 6, 2014 — Analytik Jena AG has established its own subsidiary in India, AJ Instruments India Pvt. Ltd., in order to strengthen its presence in the Indian market. The subsidiary is based in New Delhi, from where the Company will serve the customers of its largest business unit, Analytical Instrumentation, in the Indian subcontinent. The official opening of the subsidiary and its new applications laboratory took place today, with customers, business partners, suppliers, and employees in attendance.
Pharmacopoeias describe standards for biological substances and pharmaceuticals as well as methods for testing drugs. Those standards and of course the demand of the analysis reliability require a regular validation of the analysis systems used in pharmaceutical laboratories.