The spotwelds holding the two parts together can break loose. S.I.S. can clean both parts and reweld them together. This can easily be done on a rush basis if necessary.
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- Agilent/HP MS 5970 MSD® and 599X Series Filament New filaments for your Agilent 5970 MSD.
- Agilent/HP Filament Repair at SIS We will completely clean the assembly and replace the rhenium filament wire.
- Agilent MS Source Cleaning Scientific Instrument Services provides a mass spectrometer source cleaning service. We can expertly clean and service most models of mass spectrometer sources including filament repair. Fast turn-around of repairs
- Electron Multipliers for the Agilent/HP 5970 SIS provides replacement detectors for your Agilent 5970 mass spectrometer. Multipliers are from the major manufacturers of electron multipliers.
Mass Spectrometer filaments and heaters can be repaired and restored to a like-new condition at S.I.S.
The insulators are first sandblasted with aluminum oxide, then with glass beads.
New filaments for your Agilent 5970 MSD.
All RMU filaments and heaters are repairable.
SIS introduces their new Yttria Rhenium alloy filament wire. In these studies we have discovered that by alloying Rhenium with a small concentration of Yttria, the crystal structure of the rhenium material was altered, which resulted in a stronger filament that is much less susceptible to warping
SIS can repair your filaments with our non-sagging filament wire (SISAlloy® yttria/rhenium alloy with yttria coating). Users have experienced filament lifetime increases of 2 to 3 times compared to the standard uncoated rhenium filaments.
We will completely clean the assembly and replace the rhenium filament wire.
Bayard-Alpert Design and Dual Tungsten or Burn-out Resistant Iridium
Broken or clogged tubes can be replaced!
Cleaning of the Agilent /HP 5970 Source begins with the complete disassembly of the source and lens stack assembly.
This new design eliminates any Inlet metal contact with the sample, the capillary column protrudes slightly through the end of the tip directly into the source.