Residual gas analysis in high vacuum - Pfeiffer Vacuum

Residual gas analysis in high vacuum

PrismaPro® QMG 250 F1, 1 – 100 u, open ion source

This modularly designed compact mass spectrometer can be optimally adapted to your application
  • PrismaPro® compact mass spectrometer
  • PV MassSpec software for Windows 10, 8.1 & 7 for recording, saving and displaying measured data
  • Leak detection and vacuum diagnosis with a click
  • Easy definition of measurement recipes
  • Low detection limit
  • Ethernet networking

PrismaPro® QMG 250 F2, 1 – 200 u, open ion source

This modularly designed compact mass spectrometer can be optimally adapted to your application
  • PrismaPro® compact mass spectrometer
  • PV MassSpec software for Windows 10, 8.1 & 7 for recording, saving and displaying measured data
  • Leak detection and vacuum diagnosis with a click
  • Easy definition of measurement recipes
  • Low detection limit
  • Ethernet networking

PrismaPro® QMG 250 F3, 1 – 300 u, open ion source

This modularly designed compact mass spectrometer can be optimally adapted to your application
  • PrismaPro® compact mass spectrometer
  • PV MassSpec software for Windows 10, 8.1 & 7 for recording, saving and displaying measured data
  • Leak detection and vacuum diagnosis with a click
  • Easy definition of measurement recipes
  • Low detection limit
  • Ethernet networking

Quadrupole mass spectrometers with Faraday detectors are the preferred devices for qualitative analysis of the gas composition in a high-vacuum chamber.

Compared with vacuum gauges, quadrupole mass spectrometers offer a much greater wealth of information about the vacuum. A Faraday detector is often sufficient to obtain information about leaks, the release of water vapor or contamination with hydrocarbons under high vacuum. For this purpose, Pfeiffer Vacuum offers a range of quadrupole mass spectrometers with a variety of mass ranges and filament materials.

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