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Howie Spero <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 11 Nov 1996 11:36:19 -0700
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To all:

	Some time ago, I suggested we tabulate sources of replacement parts
for mass spec repairs. I initially received a number of responses, and have
been tabulating info from the communiques among us. I will continue to do
this, but would like to disseminate the small list I have already put
together. Any additions or corrections would be appreciated.

Howie Spero


	The following is a tabulation of responses to my usergroup query on
third party vendors of parts for Finnigan MAT and VG/Fisons IRMS systems.
The order is not indicative of choice or recommendation. Rather it reflects
the order that e-mail msgs got copied and pasted into this document. I will
continue to update this list as new sources/resources arrive.

Howie Spero

Resource #1 :

	My name is Michael S. Leary and our company is O'Hara Spectrometer
Services and we specialize in the MAT line. We have exchange parts and
offer service well below the Finnigan price,which is not to hard. We also
offer a unique service where we fingerprint your system (any type) down to
the chip level and store it on disk so we can repair your parts with a
turnaround as short as 24 hours.

Michael S. Leary
O'Hara Spectrometer Services
412-795-0797 Fax


Resource #2 - VG/Finnigan MAT:

 	We are an independant support company for IRMS instruments.  Mike
Speed and I started Pro-Vac Services in July 1990, and support Instruments
worldwide, visiting the US about four times a year.


        Peter Smith

Pro-Vac Services                Tel. / FAX      44 1270 501551
8 Lancaster Fields
CREWE                   e-mail [log in to unmask]

Suggested source for ceramic feedthroughs for Fisons/VG SS flanges (e-mail
by Nik Binder, 11-11-96)

Resource #3 - VG/Finnigan MAT:

Iso-Mass Scientific Inc.
319-5940 Macleod Trail S.W.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2H 2G4

403-255-6958 fax



Resource 1:

Replacement actuators and parts can be obtained from Festo Corporation.
Their telephone number is (810) 585-1388.  Their address is:
                Festo Corporation
                Regional Center
                850 Stephenson Hwy
                Suite 115
                Troy, MI 48083
Resource 2:

Kuhnke Pneumatics
26 Highland Ave.
Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 07716


Replacements for MAT 251 208v and 24v solenoid valves
Resource 3:

	We replaced our Kuhnke solenoid valves by Buerkert valves. However
there are two different types: The substitute for valves 11 and all valves
with ending "Z" (e.g. 6Z, 13Z) is 300-D-01,2-B-M5-E-000 220V 50(60)Hz.The
substitute for valves 12 and all valves with ending "A" (e.g. 6A, 13A) is
300-C-01,2-B-M5-E-000 220V 50(60)Hz.The mounting holes are different!The
suppliers in US is Buerkert Contromatic USA, 2602 Mc Gaw Ave., Irvine, CA
92714, tel. (0714) 2233100, fax: (0714) 2233198
EA Consumables:

Bruno Levetre
26074 Ave. Hall, Suite 14
Valencia, CA 91355

805-297-5492 fax
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The US distributor of Carlo Erba, is:

CE Elantech
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Another source of parts and consumables is;

Elemental Microanalysis Ltd.
67 Lincoln St
Manchester, MA 01944


Water Equilibrator Catalyst:

Shoko Co., Ltd.
Landic Shimbashi Building
8-3, Nishi Shimbashi
Minato-ku, Tokyo 105

Tel: 81-03-3459-5101
Fax: 81-03-3459-5081

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