Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) is a novel sample pretreatment and enrichment technology, which was invented by Professor Janusz Pawliszyn, University of Waterloo and Academician of The Royal Academy of Sciences of Canada in 1990.

SPME is a kind of microextraction technology developed in the field of solid-phase extraction. It’s a solvent-free extraction technology that integrates sampling, extraction, concentration and injection. In addition, it overcomes the shortcomings of traditional sample pretreatment, such as low recovery and easy to block adsorbent pore.


  • Fast and easy, high sensitivity and good selectivity
  • Integration of sampling and sample preparation steps
  • Flexibility in configuration: convenience of automation
  • Green environmental protection technology of solvent free extraction
  • On-site and in-vivo technologies


INNOTEG Fiber-SPME is composed of a holder and an extraction fiber. The fiber is a fused silica fiber about 1cm / 2cm long and coated with different extraction phases and adsorbents for extraction and adsorption of compounds. A stainless steel tube is sheathed, and the fiber head can stretch freely in the stainless steel tube. When extracting, the fiber head extends out of the stainless steel tube to extract the sample.


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