The wait is nearly over. The GC-GC/MS team at Thermo Fisher Scientific is excited about the upcoming Innovation Summit, and I’m proud to be part of it. The virtual event, happening 8 March, will showcase a new lineup of gas chromatography (GC) and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GS-MS) systems — along with a new liquid sampler — that enable analytical testing laboratories to maximize sample throughput, increase instrument uptime and achieve a rapid return on investment.
Customer input was key
New key features have been designed using customer feedback to increase operational efficiency, ease of use and profitability for both the analytical testing laboratory and research organizations. For new users, smart functionalities are ready to enable simplified operations, helping to make new instrument adoption seamless in any laboratory. Changing a column, for example, or tuning an MS, or performing maintenance have never been so quick and easy.
Expert users will appreciate the enhanced capabilities and analytical performance, while achieving optimal use of hardware and laboratory staff, to better face growing productivity demand.
And what about the new level of interactivity with the instrument? Through the modernized and wider multi-function touch screen GC user interface, everything is at hand -- like GC and autosampler control, instrument health, how-to videos … and much more.
Do we have your attention?
Be among the first to discover the new lineup of GC solutions. Simply register for the Thermo Fisher Scientific Innovation Summit and select an event agenda based on your location. The event is presented in two parts -- Session 1: The reveal; and Session 2: Applied technology. Both sessions will include time for Q&A.
The Innovation Summit will showcase videos, application notes, technical notes and a number of presentations, including testimonials from expert users working in the fields of environmental, food and pharmaceutical testing. They will discuss how the evolved technology has impacted their daily workflow and helped them stay ahead in their pursuits.