Our production rate and quality assurance standards of Spectro Inlets EC-MS systems are steadily increasing. All the packed systems in the lab have been purchased and are awaiting delivery to research groups around the world. We look forward to being part of our customers’ pursuit of new insights in electrochemistry.
We are excited to announce our first delivery of the electrochemistry mass spectroscopy (EC-MS) analysis instrument to the UK – at a research group at the Imperial College London. The analysis instrument features our breakthrough microchip membrane inlet and standardized sample holders that allows for sensitive, and quantitative analysis of electrochemical reactions, including battery studies. For information on how the instrument can help in your studies, please write to email@example.com.
We are happy to present the three new team members of Spectro Inlets (from the left):
Li Ai – Sales Coordinator
Søren Scott – R&D Engineer
Michael Vecht – Sales Engineer
Great to have you all onboard. We look forward to working together with you!
Spectro Inlets was at ISE Durban in South Africa to present our ECMS analysis instrument to researchers within electrochemistry. We met with a lot of interested people who would like use the most precise instrumentation to carry out novel future electrochemistry studies for high-impact discoveries. If you would like to hear more about our mass spectrometer solution for electrochemistry, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or read more at https://spectroinlets.com/products/.
We are proud to announce that through the EcoInnovation-MUDP program and collaboration with Fredericia Wastewater and Energy, we have demonstrated online mass spectrometer measurements on the process tanks. The goal is to provide more insight for optimizing energy usage during the treatment process.
Join us at the 25th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) in Toledo (Spain) on May 12-15. We will be showcasing the Spectro Inlets EC-MS system at our exhibition booth. Come and try the running system! On Tuesday 14th May Filippo Cavalca and Daniel Trimarco from Spectro Inlets will give two scientific presentations in the Energy I session titled “Molecular Stop-Motions: Unravelling Transient Electrochemical Phenomena at the Millisecond Timescale using EC-MS” and “Enabling Real-Time Detection of Electrochemical Desorption Phenomena with Sub-Monolayer Sensitivity”. We are looking forward to a great meeting!