New & Used Mass Spectrometer

Market Value Calculator
 
More Filters
 
 
 
 
Item Details
Seller details
Item Price (USD)
Year manufactured

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: Waters
Model: Q-TOF II
Location: United States, Maryland
15,000
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: Perkinelmer Wallac
Model: Sciex ELAN 6000
Location: United States, Maryland
15,000
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: Varian
Model: IonSPEC QFT-9.4 FT-ICR
Location: Canada, Ontario
180,000
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2005

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: ThermoFisher Scientific
Model: LTQ ORBITRAP Velos
Location: Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg
Rating: 90%
Negotiable
2011

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: Micromass
Model: Q-TOF-Global
Location: United States, Missouri
11,900
2001

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: AB Sciex
Model: API 3200 Qtrap LC/MS/MS
Location: Malaysia, Selangor
12,400
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
2010

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: AB Sciex
Model: API 2000 QTRAP
Location: United States, Ohio
45,000
2004

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: ThermoFisher Scientific
Model: LTQ Orbitrap XL FTMS
Location: Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg
Rating: 90%
Negotiable
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: AB Sciex
Model: API QTrap 5500 LC/MS/MS
Location: United States, New York
250,000
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: Agilent
Model: G6520A Q-TOF
Location: United States, New York
Negotiable
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: Waters
Model: ZQ
Location: United States, New Jersey
Negotiable
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Mass Spectrometer
Manufacturer: AB Sciex
Model: API 4000
Location: United States, California
50,000
2005
Page: 1 2 3 4 5

Mass Spectrometer may also be referred to as :

Mass Spectrometer, Quadrupole Mass Analyzer | Mass Spectrometer, Ion Trap | LC Mass Spectrometer
 

Tips for buying Mass Spectrometer

  1. When buying mass spectrometers, computer interface capabilities are a major factor to consider. An effective interface with the facility's existing information system is useful for inputting test data, verifying testing accuracy, and maintaining quality control, calibration, proficiency testing, and patient files.
  2. Facilities should examine the number and types of tests performed before deciding on a specific mass spectrometer system. If the test volume justifies multiple units, facilities should consider the types of systems and capabilities that need to be purchased to avoid paying for analysis packages and assaying features they don't need.
  3. Relying on price alone when determining the real cost of mass spectrometer equipment is often misleading. Facilities should consider the cost of replacement parts, as well as maintenance and repair services.
  4. Before purchasing quadrupole mass analyzer or LC mass spectrometer units, facilities should examine safety features and environmental requirements provided by the manufacturer.
  5. Mass spectrometer and quadrupole mass analyzer suppliers may sell service contracts or service on a time-and-materials basis. This service may also be available from a third-party organization. Purchase of such service contract should be carefully considered by the facilities.
  6. Service-contract customers may get routine software updates provided by most LC mass spectrometer suppliers. These will enhance the system's performance at no charge. It is important to know that software updates are often cumulative, which means that previous software revisions may be required in order to install and operate a new one.
  7. Mass spectrometer tests needing little or no training or experience to perform belong to the waived tests category. These tests do not require elaborate QC, and are less likely to produce inaccurate results. An example would be the no-automated dipstick urinalysis.
  8. Most clinical laboratory tests, including: automated urine, blood, and chemistry analyses, are part of the moderate complexity category. These require a limited amount of sample and reagent preparation, as well as limited operator intervention during the analytical process.
  9. More specific testing, which needs extensive training, falls under the high complexity classification. This category also includes procedures that require a high degree of operator preparation, calibration, intervention, and analysis, such as clinical cytogenics and histopathology applications.
Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>