• World class mass spectrometry

    Our ground-breaking thermal ionization mass spectrometers (TIMS) trace their heritage back to 1973

  • Stable Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer IRMS for Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry

    Meet SIRIX, our gas source IRMS

    Its intuitive design helps optimise specific applications and increase throughout

  • Innovation at the heart of product design

    Noble gas isotope ratios measured with high precision and accuracy using our NGX multi-collector noble gas MS




The Phoenix TIMS combines our proven source design and optics with newly developed detector technologies to produce the highest precision data. The Phoenix is completely customisable to suit the needs of your lab now and future-proofing your lab for new applications. 

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    Who would be an installation engineer?

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  • AGU Fall Meeting 2023 | Isotopx to attend in San Francisco

    We are pleased to announce that Isotopx will be attending the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco, USA from 11-15 December this year. This meeting is one of the highlights of the geochemistry calendar, and one that we always look forward to. It’s great that the meeting is returning to its spiritual home…


  • AGU Fall Meeting 2023, San Francisco

    11th – 15th December 2023 San Francisco, USA We are pleased to announce that Isotopx will be attending AGU 2023 which will be taking place from 11 December – 15 December 2023 in San Francisco, California. For more than 100 years AGU has been opening pathways to discovery, opening greater awareness to address climate change,…


  • An introduction to Zeptona technology

    Interested to learn about Zeptona technology? It’s a technology based on ATONA, but takes it one step further. It’s well suited to a number of isotope ratio measurement applications, particularly those in U-Pb geochronology. Click here to take a look at the short article that introduces Zeptona, and get in touch if you want to…