The Quantulus GCT 6220 is a liquid scintillation counter for ultra low-level sensitivity, in a lighter benchtop footprint to fit any lab. It has extremely high sensitivity and unmatched detection of low level Alpha and Beta radioactivity.
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21 CFR Part 11 Compatibility optionally available. Please consult your radiometric detection specialist.
The Quantulus GCT 6220 liquid scintillation counter is a fully loaded benchtop instrument with unsurpassed performance for measuring man made, cosmic and other natural radionuclides. Patented GCT technology combined with BGO guard background reduction accurately measures to near-background levels. Proprietary Dual PSA Discriminator and PSA Histogram improves accuracy for mixed and unknown samples.
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Note: The efficiencies, backgrounds, and E2 /B values for the Normal Count Mode were determined using PerkinElmer sealed large vial glass standards set P.N. 6008500 verified with NIST standard activity. Super Low Level Count Mode Values are determined using low level sealed large glass standards P.N. 6018914 verified with NIST standard activity. No maximum is specified for background.
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The European Union directives assist the member states to define the activities to be programmed and the objectives to be achieved. In this framework, the chemical analysis of the water system is the main activity to preserve the healthiness of the waterways through monitoring and detection of substances that are harmful to the environment and to the health of citizens.
This application shows this framework could be achieved with GC/MS analysis.
The analysis of drinking water is a continued focus of many laboratories globally. While the determination of the activity of Tritium (3H), Radon-222 (222Rn) and gross a/ß-activity has historically been routine in many laboratories, the European Council Directive 2013/51/Euratom contained updated recommendations for sampling rate, detection limits, and other parameters which have forced many labs to upgrade instrumentation and adjust their previous methods. Learn how the Quantulus™ GCT 6220 provides the sensitivity needed to meet today’s most stringent compliance requirements.
When Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) progresses to nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), with inflammation and damage to liver cells it can cause fibrosis, cirrhosis and liver failure or cancer. Despite the prevalence of NAFLD and NASH rising, their remains no approved treatments. But studies show that fat and scar tissue can leave the liver, suggesting that they are reversible.
This brochure guides you through complete solutions to support your NASH research efforts.
Radiometric detection (RAD) is one of the most proven techniques for molecular quantitation around – and it’s still indispensable for key applications. Here’s the state of the industry, and where it’s headed.
European council's new directives on gross a/ß-measurement in drinking water have been the focus of many laboratories throughout Europe and another part of the worlds. The change in requirements such as sampling rate, detection limits, and more which have forced many labs to upgrade instrumentation and adjust their previous methods. This guide has been developed to do just that and provides a fast, gross a/ß–screening method as a reference for those looking to establish a new method. Should you find yourself needing additional support, PerkinElmer can also provide online or on-site training to help you set up new methods on PerkinElmer liquid scintillation counters.