- Stock: In Stock
- Brand: Advion
- Product Code: 16767
Here is an Advion TriVersa NanoMate Electrospray Ionization Robot w/ Controller
This Advion TriVersa NanoMate system is in good working order.
Please see the exact video and photos below.
Testing we performed:
The Advion TriVersa NanoMate system passed all tests and was found to be fully functional:
Tested communication with software: PASSED
Tested syringe pump drawing and aspirating Di water: PASSED
Tested operation of the sample cooler: PASSED
Tested operation of the six-port valve: PASSED
Ran calibration of limit switches in the software: PASSED
Tested operation of high voltage power supply and checked voltage at 1,000 and 2,000 volts, verified via software and external probe: PASSED
The testing performed on this Advion TriVersa NanoMate system verifies proper operation.
System consists of:
Advion TriVersa NanoMate Electrospray Ionization Robot
Advion TriVersa NanoMate Controller
Dell Latitude i5 running ChipSoft Manager software
Communication and power cables.
Please note: tips and labware not included.
Configuration and Setup:
ESI source for mass spectrometer
Gas Supply: 60 to 100psi (4 to 7bar) >95 % Nitrogen1/8 tubing
Gas Consumption: of 600 mL/min
Solvents: LC/MS grade solvents
Line Voltage: 100 to 240VAC @ 47 to 63Hz
2kV High voltage power supply
We zoom out and see the whole Advion TriVersa NanoMate system.
Zooming in on all components that require further detail and making sure all tags and connections are seen. The door is opened and internal components are detailed.
We go to the laptop and run the limit switch tests so that the Advion TriVersa NanoMate system can demonstrate its full range of motion.
This will ship via freight. Please contact us with your zip code to obtain shipping quote.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Here we are showing you our standard packing process
1. All items are different, but they all follow the same principle when packaging.
2. Start with a well-constructed crate
A well-constructed crate would consist of 1/2” to 5/8” Plywood with framing. We generally purchase our crates from a third party who specializes in custom crates.
3. You always want the Instrument to not be directly on the wood deck of the crate. This is done by placing it on foam, inside of the crate. We use 2” 1.7 lb. density foam which works great. It provides cushioning and enough firmness to support the Instrument.
4. The next step is to make sure there is nothing on the deck of the Instrument and the Head/ Arm is secured. In some cases there will be multiple arms to secure but for this example there is only one. The reason for this is so there is no free movement during transit which could cause serious damage to the Instrument.
5. The next step is to make sure your Instrument is covered in either a pallet bag or shrink wrap so no dust or foreign object will get into the crate.
6. The next step is to secure the instrument inside the crate by bracing. We use a method of 2x4’s which have 1” foam shrink wrapped to them so no piece of wood touches the actual instrument.
7. Final step is to photograph everything inside the crate and then seal it with screws.
All equipment warranty request must have a support case opened within the 60-day Domestic USA and 30-day International warranty period.
To open a support case, please send an email to email@example.com or call (508)974-4896.
Please provide your name, contact information, quotation/invoice number and a brief description of the issue that you are experiencing.
Phone and/or Email support will be provided prior to scheduling a return.
Please see the link below for our detailed warranty statement.
Customers must retain all original shipping materials during the warranty period.