We offer an assortment of refurbished and used Liquid Chromatography solutions ranging from HPLC, LC/MS to FPLC. Our systems can be customized to include almost any configuration of Autosamplers, Detectors and Pumps. Some of our leading manufacturers include Agilent, HP, Waters, GE, Amersham, Dionex and Shimazdzu. Our HPLC systems such as the Agilent 1100 and 1200 Series, Akta FPLCs, and the Waters Alliance & 600 series have the option of on site training, installation and extended warranties.
The Agilent 1290 Infinity Flexible Cube is an auxiliary module for the 1290 Infinity Autosampler with a built-in pump to facilitate enhanced flushing capabilities and to reduce carry-over. With access to three solvents, critical sections of flow path can be flushed at high flow rates. Automated back-flushing of the injection needle-seat achieves the absolute lowest sample carryover for LC and LC/MS applications. In addition, the Flexible Cube hosts up to two Agilent Quick-Change valves. For utmost flexibility, choose among Agilent’s broad portfolio of available valve heads suitable up to 1200 bar. The valves can be controlled independently for any demanding valve-switching application.
The Agilent 1290 Infinity Multisampler sets a new benchmark in flexibility. This autosampler can handle both vials and microtiter plates (whether shallow or deep) with ease and efficiency. This compact module has the capacity to house up to 6,144 samples plus the robotics to smoothly inject each into the chromatograph in turn. With Agilent’s unique dual- needle design, cycle time can be as low as just 5 seconds. With the multi- wash capability, you can reduce carryover to less than 10 parts per million. This innovative Multisampler is designed to provide maximum flexibility and scalability.
The Agilent 1290 Infinity Thermostatted Column Compartment is a stackable temperature-controlled column compartment for LC. It is available as standalone module or as a component of an Agilent 1290 Infinity system. It is used for heating and cooling to meet extreme requirements of retention time reproducibility.
The 1525 and 1525 with EF heads are integrated, high-pressure, binary HPLC pumps that feature on-board pulse dampening and efficient mixing. Their pulse-free solvent flow, from analytical to semi-preparative flow rates, makes them ideal for use with highly sensitive detectors.
Designed for use with 2 to 4.6 mm I.D. columns in routine LC and LC/MS applications, these pumps have a programmable flow-rate range of 0.00 to 10.00 mL/min in 0.01 mL increments.
The EM range of oil-sealed rotary pumps is renowned for their high ultimate vacuum, rapid pumping speed, quiet operation and the ability to withstand vapour. They are commonly used for laboratory and light industrial applications. It is a freestanding instrument with the drive provided through a flexible coupling by either a single phase or three phase motor.
50Hz: 20.5 m3h-1 /12.1 ft3min-1
60Hz: 25.0 m3h-1 /14.7 ft3min-1
50 Hz: 17.0 m3h-1 /10 ft3min-1
60Hz: 20.4 m3h-1 /12.1 ft3min-1
without gas purge: 1 x 10-3 mbar /7.4 x 10-4 Torr
with gas purge: 1.5 x 10-1 mbar /1.1 x 10-2 Torr
with Fomblin: 1 x 10-2 mbar /7.5 x 10-3 Torr
The Parker 20H high purity hydrogen gas generators offer the optimum combination of safe operation, reliability and performance. Utilising field proven PEM cell technology, hydrogen is produced on demand from deionised water and electricity, at low pressure and with minimal stored volume. Innovative control software allows unrivalled operational safety and reliability. The H generators ideally supply fuel gas to all known GC combustion detectors used in today’s laboratory workflows. Three models operate at flow rates; 160 ml/min, 250 ml/min and 500 ml/min. Hydrogen generators are available with Remote Networking software. RemoteNet allows up to 27 hydrogen generators to be actively controlled from one central PC, and facilitates true cascading capabilities.
The Waters 2475 Fluorescence Detector offers unsurpassed sensitivity for quantifying low concentrations of target compounds, whether naturally fluorescent or derivatized with a fluorescent tag. The 2475 FLR Detector sets the standard for fluorescence method development with 3D and “on-the-fly” spectral scanning for determining the optimal emission and excitation wavelengths, and has the ability to monitor up to four independent wavelength pairs.
The Waters 2487 Dual λ Absorbance Detector is a two-channel, tunable, ultraviolet/visible (UV/Vis) detector designed for high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) applications. The Waters 2487 Dual λ Absorbance Detector can operate either as a stand-alone unit (with a chart recorder or integrator) or as an integral part of a Waters chromatography system.
Description - The Waters 2790 features a large, easy-to-use LCD interface. Scientists can take advantage of the quick autostart and optimize their methods with a simple push of a button. Manage microplates with the built in autosampler. This reliable tool is a common work-horse in most analytical and contract labs. Built to meet labs rigorous requirements or routine analysis, this robust instrument is easily found in Pharmaceutical, Food Safety, R&D, Chemistry, Environmental or Quality Control labs. Simplify how you collect data, built-in compliance and validation features. The Empower software is capable of automating method development, archiving methods and customizing data reports.
The components can be customized to your needs.
Model 3300 ELSD is designed for use with High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) systems to analyze any sample compound that has sufficiently lower volatility than the mobile phase. Some of its possible application areas include carbohydrates, pharmaceuticals, lipids, triglycerides, underivatized fatty and amino acids, polymers, surfactants, nutraceuticals, and combinatorial libraries. Evaporative light scattering detection eliminates common problems associated with other HPLC detectors. Refractive Index (RI) detectors can be complicated by solvent front interferences, baseline instability, and gradient incompatibility. RI detectors can also have a less sensitive response than ELSD. Low-wavelength UV can suffer baseline drift with steep gradients and also requires that the analyte contains a chromophore. ELSD does not have these limitations. It can achieve stable baselines with multisolvent gradients for improved resolution and faster separations. Also, since ELSD response does not depend on the sample’s optical characteristics, the sample does not require a chromophore or fluorophore for detection.
Lab-Line's Floor Model Environmental Shakers combine hydraulic temperature control and dependable mechanical timing with variable shaking speed in a controlled environment chamber. They are designed for growing and maintaining culture and microorganisms in ambient air or inert gas environments.
Provides uniform shaking motion in a controlled environment, features a triple eccentric drive. The lubricated bearings are permanently sealed for continuous use.
The Waters 474 Scanning Fluorescence Detector can be used for in-vitro diagnostic testing to analyze many compounds, including diagnostic indicators and therapeutically monitored compounds.