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InProcess Instruments announces partnership with Chromatotec Group

InProcess Instruments announces partnership with Chromatotec Group

June 26, 2019 - InProcess Instruments (IPI), manufacturer of quadrupole mass spectrometers (QMS) for online gas analysis for research and industrial processes in Germany, and Chromatotec Group, expert in online gas analyzers development, announced an exclusive distribution partnership for the territories of France, Italy, Benelux, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan.

The distribution agreement has taken effect on January 1, 2019 for InProcess Instruments and Chromatotec customers. This agreement is reinforcing their collaboration initiated in 2012 on worldwide sales, maintenance and service provision of online GC-MS equipment with IPI MS integrated as Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) by Chromatotec.

With more than 40 years of expertise in the design, manufacturing and sales of online gas analyzers, Chromatotec is now distributing, integrating and supporting IPI QMS solution for online gas analysis in the respective territories. The two companies are building this distribution partnership at a time when IPI is introducing several new variants of online gas mass spectrometers to the market. The integration of IPI MS in Chromatotec product line allow to complete the process application when online GC cannot meet process requirement with measurement and dynamic range from ppb to high % within the same analysis.

Chromatotec Group from its side has developed over the last decade turnkey stand-alone solutions by auto-GC-FID -MS for online monitoring of volatile organic compounds. These previous developments allow to bring the most advanced technology from the laboratory to the fields with a fully     automatic     online     GCMS.     These     analyzers      allow      to      monitor      up      to 123 compounds with expertise from concentrations as low as 1 ppt in indoor or outdoor ambient air. The integration of IPI mass spectrometers offers the capability to identify unknown compounds with NIST library automatically with embedded software.
 

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