Products using various methods, including electrophoresis, chromatography and titration, to separate the components of a mixture.
Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a family of related separation techniques that use narrow-bore fused-silica capillaries to separate a complex array of large and small molecules.
Chromatograph repair services provide a cost-effective solution for refurbishment and repair for all types of chromatographs and chromatography system components.
Chromatography membranes are designed for separation tasks in laboratory and industrial applications. They are built-in membrane systems such as plate and frame, spiral-wound module, hollow fibre module, and tube-in-shell module.
Gas chromatographs separate organic chemical mixtures according to physical properties.
Gas chromatography columns (GC columns) are of two types: packed and capillary. Solutes to be measured travel through the column at a rate primarily determined by their physical properties, and the temperature and composition of the column.
Gas chromatography detectors (GC detectors) identify solutes as they exit the chromatographic column. A chromatogram is generated plotting the signal versus time.
Gel electrophoresis equipment, instruments and supplies are used to separate macromolecules, either nucleic acids or proteins, on the basis of size, electric charge, and other physical properties.
High performance liquid chromatographs (HPLC) use a liquid mobile phase to separate the components of a mixture. The components are dissolved in a solvent and forced to flow through a chromatographic column under high pressure.
High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) columns use a liquid mobile phase to separate the components of a mixture.
High performance liquid chromatograph (HPLC) detectors pass a beam of light through a column effluent as the fluid passes through a low-volume flow cell. Variations in light intensity are recorded and a chromatograph is generated.
Laboratory centrifuges are used to separate particles from a solution according to their size, shape, density, and viscosity of the medium and rotor speed.
Laboratory filters are used to remove particulates from samples in laboratory-scale applications. They consist of a filter medium and housing or holder that constrains and supports the filter media in the sample’s path.
Solid phase extraction (SPE) cartridges and disks are used to clean up a sample before using a chromatographic or other analytical method to quantify the amount of analyte(s) in the sample.
Solvent Extractors use carbon dioxide or water in a supercritical fluid state to dissolve and extract materials.
Titration instruments are used to determine the concentration of dissolved substances. Titration is based on a complete chemical reaction between the specific substance, the analyte, and a reagent or titrant of known concentration that is added to the sample.