FLIR to Present New Innovations in Mass Spectrometry at ASMS 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017


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Philip Tackett, GC/MS Product Manager, FLIR

The American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) promotes knowledge of mass spectrometry to academic, industrial and governmental laboratories. Each year, ASMS sponsors the Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics that is attended by more than 6,500 scientists. Over 3,000 papers are presented as posters and talks.

FLIR is scheduled to present the following talks at the 65th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics 2017:

June 6, 3:10 PM

Session: Environmental: New Instrumentation and Approaches
Title: Detection of volatile disinfection by-products from indoor swimming pools using a portable GC-MS system

Douglas Martins; Leonard Rorrer; Mitch Wells; Philip Tackett; Ernest Blatchley, FLIR Detection, Inc., West Lafayette, IN; Lyles School of Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, IN; Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

June 7, 8:50 AM

Session: Instrumentation: MS in Extreme Environments
Title: Development of portable GC-MS system with benchtop performance for critical DoD applications

Leonard Rorrer; Philip Tackett; Daniel Sutton; Krystal Roark; Brent Rardin; Mitch Wells; FLIR Detection, Inc, West Lafayette, IN

FLIR’s Griffin™ line of Mass Spectrometry products will be on display in booth #709 at ASMS June 4-8 in Indianapolis, IN.

FLIR’s line of Griffin GC/MS products bring chemical analysis out of the laboratory and into the field. Rugged form factors, unique sampling accessories, and simplified software allow the Griffin products to be deployed in an array of environments, from field-based forensics and environmental monitoring applications to building security and general R&D. Griffin products are currently used by U.S. military, DoD, DHS, universities and other domestic and international agencies for rapid, on-site chemical detection and confirmation.

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