Independent Bruker Mass Spec Service and Support
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- UltraFlex Range: UltraFlex I, UltraFlex II and UltraFlex III
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- Contract available with noise reduction option
- Decommissioning, relocation and installation options
- Mass Spec Workstations with built in noise reduction designed for Bruker systems
- Also available - specialist support for ABI/AB Sciex, Bruker, Thermo, Varian & Agilent Mass Spectrometers and all HPLC and GC systems
All our service plans are supported by quality spare parts. This provides customer peace of mind, ensuring results are not compromised.
Used Bruker Instrumentsv
Now available from KRSS, a used fully refurbished and serviced Bruker ultrafleXtreme Madli-TOF/TOF fully refurbished and tested including PC.
Bruker HCT-Ultra ETD II
Now available from KRSS is a used, fully refurbished and serviced Bruker HCT Ultra ETD II and Dionex Ultimate 3000 with UV and N2 generator.
The LC system is composed by the following units; Solvent Rack / Degasser (SRD3600, Pumps, DGP-3600M, VWD3400 Detector, Flow manager control (FLM3100 nano 2X2P-10P), Autosampler (WPS-3000TPL nano, cap autosampler).
For todayâ€™s challenges in proteomics and metabolomics work, the HCT series is best prepared to partner the researcher in the fields of: Protein ID and Detailed Characterization Metabolite ID and Profiling General Chemistry LC/MSn.
Full scan MS sensitivity is a must for all data dependant experiments, it enables intelligent acquisition of MS/MS data especially on low abundance precursor ions.
Together with the dramatic increase in MS/MS data sets per unit time, HCT series instruments assure maximum information from your samples, optimizing protein identification and database scoring.
HCT series spherical ion traps provide great MS and MS/MS spectra quality - in terms of mass resolution, sensitivity and accuracy throughout a wide mass range at ultra fast HPLC speed.
ETD II is an electron transfer dissociation module for Brukerâ€™s HCTUltra high capacity ion trap.
It is based on a negative chemical ionisation source with increased ETD/PTR reactant ion generation, resulting in rapid characterisation of PTMs such as phosphorylations or glycosylations at sub-fmol sensitivity.
ETD is a very powerful peptide and protein fragmentation technique that preserves functionally important post-translational modifications (PTMs), such as phosphorylations or glycosylations. With ETD in a spherical high-capacity ion trap, the sequencing and identification of proteins, as well as the identification and localization of PTMs are facilitated with greatly improved scores and confidence.
HCTUltraâ€™s inherent m/z range of greater than 3,000 and its mass resolution that can resolve three+ and four+ charge states of peptides on the fly at full analytical speed means ETD/PTR on the HCTUltra can be used for up to 12 kDa proteins and beyond.