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Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches New Ion Chromatography Instrument to Improve Reliability, Efficiency, and Functional Adaptability for Labs

New Thermo Scientific Dionex Inuvion Ion Chromatography System streamlines ion analysis and expands analytical testing capabilities for ionic and small polar compounds

What To Know

  • Aligned with Thermo Fisher's mission to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer, the Dionex Inuvion IC system equips environmental, industrial, municipal water, and food and beverage labs with the necessary equipment to determine ionic contaminants in water.
  • The Dionex Inuvion system is built on years of expertise and this new system will provide enhanced capabilities to labs of all sizes while helping streamline our IC portfolio so labs can more easily find the technology that is best for their needs.

Ion Chromatography Analysis

To support a wider range of ion chromatography analysis with one instrument, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., today launched the Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ Inuvion™ Ion Chromatography (IC) system, helping to make ion analysis simpler and more intuitive for labs of all sizes. The new analytical instrument is designed to be easily reconfigurable, providing those who require determination of ionic and small polar compounds with a one stop shop for consistent, reliable ion analysis.

Food and Water Supply Safety

As safety concerns increase around our environment, particularly our food and water supply, scientists will require versatile and sensitive instruments for adequate testing and analysis. Aligned with Thermo Fisher’s mission to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer, the Dionex Inuvion IC system equips environmental, industrial, municipal water, and food and beverage labs with the necessary equipment to determine ionic contaminants in water. The technology also helps identify corrosive contaminants in oil and gas, as well as provide quality assurance and quality control of small ionic compounds in food, beverage, and pharmaceuticals.

Dionex Inuvion System

The Dionex Inuvion system helps meet labs’ needs to operate more efficiently with easily configurable workflows and a small footprint. The flexible platform can be tailored to meet current analytical requirements and helps extend IC capabilities to adapt to changing sample types and workflow requirements in the future more easily and cost-effectively.

Lidija Raicevic, VP and General Manager of Ion Chromatography and Sample Preparation at Thermo Fisher Scientific

“As the originator of ion chromatography, we continue to lead innovation in all areas of instrumentation and column chemistry to meet our customers’ growing needs for better resolution, faster results, and intuitive lab experience. The Dionex Inuvion system is built on years of expertise and this new system will provide enhanced capabilities to labs of all sizes while helping streamline our IC portfolio so labs can more easily find the technology that is best for their needs.”

The Dionex Inuvion IC system features new advanced pump technology that improves speed, quality, and reproducibility; operator-friendly engineering to enhance the operator experience; and user-installable accessories that extend its capabilities and ultimately help achieve the highest quality results.

For more information about the Dionex Inuvion IC system, including technical specifications and applications, please visit www.thermofisher.com/inuvion.

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