We are glad, hap­py and thank­ful that we have many sa­tis­fied cus­to­mers who are wil­ling to ser­ve as re­fe­ren­ces and am­bassa­dors for our Plas­mi­on io­niza­ti­on tech­no­lo­gy.

Reference1 Prof. Dr. Nicole Strittmatter

The big­gest ad­van­ta­ge is the fle­xi­bi­li­ty of SICRIT. The set­up is so ver­sa­ti­le that the in­te­gra­ted th­re­a­ding al­lows for easy cus­to­miza­ti­on of in­stru­men­tal set­ups, and it works with a va­rie­ty of at­mo­sphe­res. In ad­di­ti­on, Plas­mi­on is a young, agi­le com­pa­ny. They have been quick, hel­pful, and very fle­xi­ble in ad­dres­sing all ques­ti­ons and is­sues.“

Photograph of Dr. Lau­re Me­nin, Reference of Plasmion

Out of 250 samples re­cei­ved, many of them were un­dec­ta­ble by APCI or ESI but per­fect­ly io­nizable by SICRIT. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly, in a di­rect and fast man­ner.“

Photograph of Dr. Chris­ti­an Steu­er, Reference of Plasmion

Plug-and-play of the io­niza­ti­on source is a gre­at ad­van­ta­ge in our cur­rent re­se­arch pro­jects. Swit­ching sources ta­kes se­conds and of­fers gre­at fle­xi­bi­li­ty for our dai­ly busi­ness. In ad­di­ti­on, the source is very ver­sa­ti­le in its ap­pli­ca­ti­on. Ser­vice from Plas­mi­on was gre­at and en­ab­led us to set up a chal­len­ging com­bi­na­ti­on of a LC- and GC-MS/MS sys­tem.“

Photograph of Prof. Phil­ipp Wel­ler, Reference of Plasmion

The fle­xi­bi­li­ty of the SICRIT tech­no­lo­gy is ama­zing. With one io­niza­ti­on source we now can do se­ve­ral dif­fe­rent ap­pli­ca­ti­ons.“

Photograph of Prof. Chris­toph Ha­isch, Reference of Plasmion

The un­sur­pas­sed sen­si­ti­vi­ty in com­bi­na­ti­on with the ex­tre­me ro­bust­ness and ease of use of SICRIT al­low us to use MS in com­ple­te­ly new fields.“

Photograph of Prof. Phil­ip­pe Schmitt-Kopp­lin

This tech­no­lo­gy en­ables a si­gni­fi­cant gain in ef­fi­ci­en­cy and re­se­arch out­put for us.“

Photograph of Dr. Ul­rich Krie­ger, Reference of Plasmion

The SICRIT source tur­ned out to be an ef­fi­ci­ent, easy plug-and-play de­vice for soft io­niza­ti­on in the con­text of sin­gle, le­vi­ta­ted ae­ro­sol par­tic­le ex­pe­ri­ments.“

Photograph of Prof. Tho­mas P. Knep­per

The SICRIT source en­ables us to sys­te­ma­ti­cal­ly cha­rac­te­ri­ze frag­ments of syn­the­tic po­ly­mers found in the en­vi­ron­ment. We ex­pect com­ple­te­ly new ap­pli­ca­ti­ons, espe­ci­al­ly in the ana­ly­sis of tire par­tic­les.“