The Waters Alliance 2695 Separations Module is a high performance liquid chromatographic system with a quaternary, low-pressure mixing pump and inline vacuum degassing. Flow rates from 50 uL/min to 5 mL/min can be generated for use with 2.1 mm ID columns and larger. The autosampler has a maximum capacity of 120 vials (12x32, 2-mL) with programmable temperature control from 4 to 40°C. A heated column compartment provides temperatures from 5 degrees above ambient to 65°C.
The Waters Alliance System is a robust all-in-one HPLC system designed for high throughput Liquid Chromatography applications. The Alliance Chromatograph systems are built for various applications and routinely used in analytical environments such as Food Safety, Forensic, R&D, Quality Control, Chemistry and Pharmaceutical laboratories. Scientists can benefit from the quick auto start and optimize their methods with a simple push of a button. Manage up to 120 industry standard vials with the built in auto sampler.
The Amersham Biosciences AKTA FPLC System is a biocompatible, high performance liquid chromatography system for the fast and easy purification of proteins. Providing flexibility and reliability in every run, the AKTA system provides a unique combination of flow configuration and methods support for all chromatographic techniques including gel filtration (size exclusion) chromatography, anion exchange chromatography, cation exchange chromatography, hydrophobic interaction chromatography, and affinity chromatography.
For food or pharmaceutical scientists, moisture sorption data can make or break a product. The AquaLab Vapor Sorption Analyzer (VSA) introduces simplicity, control, and affordability into the process of gathering moisture sorption isotherm data.
With the AquaLab VSA, it takes about 5 minutes to set up a test. Once you tell the AquaLab VSA the humidity levels and times you'd like to use, just put the sample into the instrument and walk away. The data from your test are automatically recorded and sent to your computer.
LECO’s CHNS-932 Elemental Analyzer is capable of determining the amount of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and sulfur present in a homogeneous aliquot weighing approximately 0.6–1.6mg (2.0mg maximum). An aliquot is weighed and placed into either a tin or silver capsule in which it is appropriately crimped. During the analysis, the aliquot is dropped into a furnace held at 1,000°C. At the same time the sample drops into the furnace, a dose of oxygen is released into the furnace. This causes the sample to readily combust forming gases of COX, H2O, N2, and SOX.