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Introducing Agilent nickel-plated
If you use platinum ICP-MS sampler cones with aggressive matrices, you’re familiar with copper base corrosion. This reduces cone lifetime, increases cleaning frequency, and degrades performance.
Agilent’s new nickel-plated, platinum-tipped sampler cones can help you improve your analytical capabilities. They’re designed to:
And of course, all Agilent interface cones are designed and tested on Agilent ICP-MS systems to ensure sensitivity and stability with real-world applications.
From Insight to Outcome
Save 10% when you buy Agilent’s new nickel-plated sampler cones (Part No. G3280-67142). That means you’ll pay less for our nickel-plated cones than you would for our standard platinum cones. Hurry, offer ends on June 30, 2020.*
*Terms and conditions apply.
Lab tests confirmed:
After approximately 1,700 hours of operation, the standard copper cone had lost 11 g in weight, while the nickel-plated cone maintained its weight.
Standard cone (platinum tip) with copper base
Nickel-plated cone (platinum tip) with nickel-plated copper base
Standard cone (platinum tip) exhibiting early signs of copper base corrosion
Nickel-plated cone (platinum tip) showing almost no copper base corrosion
We compared genuine Agilent interface cones (sampler and skimmer) with cones from other suppliers. The results confirm that using non-Agilent cones can compromise sensitivity and performance.
Agilent nickel-plated cone care kits (Part No. 5067-0295) give you all the supplies you need to replace and maintain your interface cones. They include an LED measuring magnifier at no extra charge.