Evolved Gas Analysis


Mass spectrometry is an analytical method used to measure the mass of atoms or molecules of a gas. The spectra are then used in applications such as to determine the elemental or isotopic signature of a sample and to elucidate the chemical structures of molecules.

The QMS - quadrupole mass spectrometer coupling device from LINSEIS is the latest mass spectrometer with a heating inlet system. They are specially designed to ensure a user-friendly operation of both thermal analyzer and mass spectrometer.


Mass numbers: 100 / 200/ 300 amu
Detector: Faraday and SEV (Channeltron)
Ion source Faraday and SEV (Channeltron)
Vacuum system turbomolecular and diaphragm pump (oil free)
Heating: adapter, heated capillary and QMS
Couplings: DSC, TGA, STA, DIL by heated capillary