Clusters / Biomolecules / Nanoparticles

Large molecular research materials such as Clusters, Biomolecules and Nanoparticles are analyzed everyday in laboratories around the world. In the fields of Atmospheric Pollution, Metal Clusters, Peptide and Protein Analysis, Carbon Nanostructures Development and Entrained Materials, instruments are in demand that perform not only high mass analysis but also mass selection and deposition as well. Extrel’s Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers are the ideal choice for both applications.

Our instruments provide high resolution with continuous stable high transmission up to 16,000 amu. We manufacture single quadrupole, MS/MS, and MS/MS/MS systems, along with several versions of multi-pole ion guides and collision cells. Our components allow users to build multi-source and multi-technique systems for both analysis and deposition. Quadrupole Mass Filters and RF Power Supplies are available as separate components for mass selection and deposition. Repeatability, high throughput for high masses and adaptable designs are just a few of the advantages of Extrel’s systems.

Clusters / Biomolecules / Nanoparticles Applications

High Mass Range AnalysisHigh-Mass-Range-Analysis

Scientific research involving Molecular Clusters, Ion Clusters and Nanostructures rely on Quadrupole Mass Filters that are capable of transmitting ions of high molecular weight or m/z ratios. Extrel’s MAX Systems are designed specifically for the researcher’s needs. We offer quadrupole, hexapole, octupole and conical octupole ion guides for almost any experimental configuration.



Mass Selection and Deposition


In many of today’s state-of-the-art research institutions, scientists are researching and analyzing Molecular Clusters, Ionic Clusters and Nanostructures. To accurately perform these laboratory experiments, Extrel’s MAX Systems have become the premier systems for Mass Selection and Deposition.

Utilizing Extrel’s high transmission quadrupole mass filters, Extrel’s MAX Systems provide excellent resolution, as well as high ion current throughput, allowing for accurate cluster selection and quick surface deposition.