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X-Pulse is a high resolution, broadband benchtop NMR spectrometer.
Combining true broadband X-nuclei capability, flow chemistry, reaction monitoring and variable temperature with superior spectral resolution, X-Pulse lets you perform a wide range of experiments on the bench in your lab.
X-Pulse uses a 60MHz permanent magnet with high homogeneity and temperature stability making it easy to position in a lab and requires no liquid cryogens. X-Pulse may be used with either standard 5mm NMR tubes, or our easy-to-use flow cell.
The system is controlled by a new and improved version of our SpinFlow data acquisition software making it easier to perform routine experiments and more flexible than ever for advanced users. Pulsed field gradients and shaped RF pulses are available as standard for coherence selection, selective excitation and water and solvent suppression.
Advanced pulse sequences Pulsed field gradients and shaped RF pulses as standard for: coherence selection, selective excitation, water and solvent suppression.
Tuneable broadband preamplifier
allows you to select nuclei
from 29Si to 31P to match your experimental needs.
X-Pulse lets you maximise your signal- to-noise ratio with optional interchangeable X-Pods for specific nuclei.
The MQC+ benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) analyser measures oil, water, fluorine and solid fat in a variety of samples and is typically used for quality assurance and quality control. It also measures the physical properties of materials such as polymer crystallinity/density and molecular weight. Analysis using the MQC+ takes from a few seconds to a few minutes, which means that a high volume of samples can be processed quickly and efficiently.
The MQC+ is a compact benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) analyser. It is available as three models: MQC+23, MQC+5 and MQC+F. MQC+23 is used for smaller samples and high sensitivity applications; for example it is used to measure small amounts of oil applied to artificial fibres and fabrics to enhance their properties. MQC+5 is used for large samples, typically agricultural products; measuring the oil, and moisture content in oilseeds. MQC+F is used to measure fluorine in toothpaste and minerals. The MQC+ NMR analyser replaces wet chemical analysis, which uses hazardous chemicals. It allows you to measure more samples much faster. Unlike wet chemical methods, the MQC+ doesn't destroy the sample being measured. It can also measure physical properties including crystallinity and density of polymers.