Lab Forms 2.5 Software Packages

Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched Lab Forms 2.5, a suite of GC/MS software aimed at specific laboratory applications.

Providing optimal productivity, the Lab Forms 2.5 packages fit into laboratory workflows for routine GC/MS analyses. Designed for users in environmental, clinical research/forensic toxicology, food safety and general QA/QC laboratories, these new software packages incorporate innovative Method Forge, which provides an automated pathway to generating full scan methods. Wizards and templates ensure the programming of daily batches is straightforward, greatly reducing the time required to queue samples and begin data acquisition.

The Lab Forms 2.5 software suite offers a new approach to data review and reporting. Certain sample types or compound lists require intensive data review to generate the final report package. Integration, peak shapes, qualifying ion performance and quality control criteria must all be evaluated prior to releasing the results.

Through powerful smart reporting, data review and data reporting are dynamically linked, allowing for real-time changes to reports.

The Lab Forms 2.5 software packages, including QuanLab Forms, EnviroLab Forms and ToxLab Forms, are designed to complement the full range of Thermo Scientific GC/MS instrumentation.


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