AB Sciex API 4000

Listing description

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced expert, the AB SCIEX API 4000 system addresses the most demanding drug development challenges.

1. The superior sensitivity of the mass spectrometry system ensures minimum detection limits for ultra-trace substance analysis, such as pesticide and veterinary drug residues in food safety, environmental analysis, and forensic toxicology, trace analysis of clinical studies.

2. The API 4000 LC/MS/MS system provides excellent quantitative and qualitative results for the analysis of low levels of compounds in complex matrices, providing reliable data from drug discovery to clinical trials while also accelerating the introduction of new products to the market. Conversion.

3. With advanced ion source, reliable interface, and patented LINAC collision cell, a good ion channel can accelerate ion transmission efficiency and achieve high-throughput detection and analysis.

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Can be equipped with or without an LC (Shimadzu or Agilent). We can provide installation and training within the US.

This particular instrument came from an actual end-user, not from an auction/surplus sale.

Please feel free to make an offer. We can ship worldwide!

Please inquire as we have more AB Sciex. New arrivals every month.

We have professional expertise with these systems. We encourage you to contact us, to speak with one of our expert and professional team members.


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Listing information

Manufacturer Ab Sciex
Model API 4000
Year -
Country USA USA
Condition Good
Main category Lab, Medical and Bioscience
Subcategory Analytical Lab
ID P01016066

About the seller

Client type Machinery dealer
On Kitmondo since 2020
Number of listings 33
Country USA USA
Employees 1 - 10
Established 2012
Company description

Based in San Diego, CA-we've been providing the highest quality used laboratory and medical equipment across the globe since 2014.

Last activity Sept. 12, 2021
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