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What are sample and skimmer cones, why do they matter, and how can you reduce your operating costs without sacrificing performance? A wide range of industries, from pharmaceutical to environmental and QC for metals, materials, and chemical industries rely on inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometers (ICP-MS) for high-sensitivity elemental analysis. These instruments use…(Read More)

Stevensville, Michigan, October 25, 2022 – Alpha Resources LLC, the leading aftermarket supplier of consumables and reference materials, has expanded their supplies for inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) analysis to include compatibility with two additional brands, Agilent Technologies® and PerkinElmer®. In-stock supplies include both sample cone and skimmer cone options compatible with leading…(Read More)

Stevensville, Michigan, October 12, 2021 – Alpha Resources LLC, the largest manufacturer of aftermarket consumables and reference materials, is pleased to announce the following certified reference materials (CRM) have been released in Q3 of 2021. Of particular note in Q3, the laboratory team at Alpha Resources certified a new lot of resulfurized carbon steel chip…(Read More)

Download PDF Sometimes, it seems like the range of my certified reference materials shifts depending on my source and that impacts our results. Should I be concerned? Certified reference materials are characterized by a metrologically valid procedure for specif ied properties, and are used to validate analytical methods and assess the accuracy of results among…(Read More)

We know how time consuming and tedious it can be to remove and re-fill old catalyst tubes. That’s why we’ve created our new line of Prepacked Catalyst Tubes that are designed to save you time and money, not to mention the headache of re-using old tubes. Click here to view our…(Read More)

AR4105 (5%), AR4106 (10%), AR4107 (20%), AR4108 (30%) We can also special blend a range to meets your needs. Contact us for more information: Loss on Ignition is the percentage loss in weight of an ignited sample to constant weight at a specified temperature, usually 900°C –1,000°C. The remaining…(Read More)