Triton XT TIMS

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Triton XT TIMS

The Triton TIMS Series instruments are the established market leader for TIMS, with an enviable reputation for producing robust scientific datasets supported by a professional global organization that ensures long term, ongoing support. The result is a user base that has achieved exceptional scientific productivity.

The Triton TIMS Series are pioneering multicollector technologies, perfecting multicollector technology for application.

  • First with RPQ for abundance sensitivity
  • First to introduce a reliable moveable collector array with over 500 in operation
  • First to report ultra-high-precision static isotope ratio measurements and first with virtual amplifier 
  • First with mass range to cover static Li measurements
  • First with stable and linear SEM and then CDD ion counters
  • First with 1013 Ჲ amplifier technology

The Triton XT TIMS has a thermal ionization source characterized by a very small kinetic energy spread of the ions (~0.5 eV). Ions are accelerated by a high stability potential field of 10 kV (positive or negative). The Triton XT TIMS incorporates Thermo Scientific™ 1013 Ω Amplifier Technology™ so that users can extract the highest precision information from limited sample amounts. The sample turret holds 21 single or double filaments , which can be easily exchanged without tools.

 

Magnetic Sector

Due to the minimal ion energy spread of the ion source, a magnetic sector field achieves accurate separation of masses (single-focusing geometry). The magnet is water-cooled, laminated and fast setting.

The Detection System

The Faraday cups used in the Triton XT TIMS are precision machined from solid carbon to guarantee uniform response and longer lifetimes. The ion current amplifiers of the Triton XT TIMS are mounted in a doubly shielded, evacuated housing, and temperature regulated to within 0.01 °C / hour.

Multicollector

A highly reliable mechanism brings up to 9 Faraday cups into precise alignment with ion beams of different dispersions. This ensures the flexibility to cover isotopic measurements from Li through to UO2. The positioning resolution of the Faraday cup detectors is better than 5 µm.

The ion current amplifiers of the Triton XT TIMS are mounted in a doubly shielded, evacuated housing, and temperature regulated to within 0.01 °C / hour. The dynamic range of 1013 Ω Amplifier Technology extends to 30 Mcps.

 

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