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FLIR Gives the Griffin Portable Mass Spec System an Update

FLIR Systems, Inc. today announced the addition of the Griffin 410 to its line of mobile Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) products for mobile labs, reconnaissance vehicles, deployable lab containers, and other portable platforms.

The new model replaces its predecessor, the Griffin 400, providing improved features, lighter weight and increased precision.

The compact Griffin 410 is fully self-contained with a built-in shock isolation system designed and tested to MIL-STD-810G for in-field operation. The ability to perform on-scene chemical analysis preserves sample integrity and provides more immediate results.

Like traditional lab-based GC/MS, the Griffin 410 is equipped with an integrated standard liquid injector that accepts several interchangeable sampling tools. The injector is compatible with revolutionary sample introduction tools like the PSI-Probe™ that eliminate sample preparation, without sacrificing the ability to perform more traditional techniques like syringe, SPME fiber, headspace, and autosampler injections.

The new design of the Griffin 410 is typically 35% lighter than its competitors and encompasses the following key features/benefits:

  • Quick and simple to use, from field operator to scientist
  • Extremely low cost-per-sample
  • Continuous air monitoring with real-time response
  • Pre-loaded test methods with wizard for fast field operation
  • Accurate, comprehensive GriffinLib™ chemical library
  • Gold-standard identification with MS/MS confirmation

FLIR’s miniature ion-trap technology with inherent MS/MS capability ensures accurate chemical identification within 3-15 minutes leading to real-time, actionable countermeasures that protect public safety.

The FLIR Griffin 410 is now available worldwide for purchase.

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