FAIMS: An Emerging Technique for Food & Beverage Safety, Process Monitoring & Quality Control

We have compiled a guide to using FAIMS (Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometry) for applications in the food and beverage industries. FAIMS is a modern analytical technique that allows the rapid detection and quantification of a wide range of chemical analytes. FAIMS can be used to analyze extracted samples or used to make continuous measurements, making it ideal for both quality control and process monitoring.

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OwlSens-C Spec Sheet

Portable and Fixed Site Chemical Detection

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Lonestar ATLAS Sampling Module

A portable sampling unit that allows solid and liquid samples to be analyzed with Lonestar.

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High Resolution, Extreme Field Spectra of Small Molecules with Advanced FAIMS Configuration

PITTCON 2015 Session 60-04 - Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry: New FAIMS Instrumentation and Applications, Sunday March 8 2015, New Orleans, LA

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Rapid Thermal Modulation Ion Spectrometry (RTMIS)

Ashley Wilks, BDM (Technology) & Mark Brennan (EVP, Homeland Defense) Owlstone Inc., 761 Main Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851

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Smaller, Cheaper, "Better" - Disruptive Innovation for Chemical Detection. An Essay

Ashley Wilks, BDM (Technology) & Mark Brennan, EVP Homeland Defense Owlstone Inc., 761 Main Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851

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The Complete Guide to Chemical Sensors

Permeation tubes enable the generation of NIST traceable, precise and repeatable calibration gas standards, over long periods of time, with concentrations ranging from parts per trillion to high parts per million.

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Lonestar Data Sheet

Lonestar is a powerful and adaptable chemical monitor in a portable, self contained unit.

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Wafer Device MPI

This document describes how to manufacture wafer devices for use with the Owlstone V-OVG.

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