Innovative Autosampler now has Option to Feed 2 (U)HPLC Systems
May 09 2019 Read 1385 Times
At HPLC 2019, HTA introduces the HT4000L with double valve option, an innovative and unmatched version of its HPLC autosampler.
This outstanding autosampler can be configured with 2 valves to serve - with just one autosampler - 2 separate analysers: 2 HPLC, 2 UHPLC, 2 IC or a mix (for example 1 HPLC and 1 IC).
The HT4000L is installed between the 2 analysers: one analyser will sit on the right side, while the other will sit on the left side. Injection can be performed alternatively in the 2 systems or, whenever required, only in one of them, if the other one is temporarily left unused. The double valve option additionally features a tray organised in 2 separated racks (60 samples each, when using 2ml vials) that respectively serve the 2 analysers.
This new version joins many others already available, such as standard HPLC, FastLC, Biocompatible, UHPLC and Preparative. The HT4000L demonstrates once again its great flexibility and its ability to meet even the most challenging demands, offering a unique market solution.
The HT4000L with double valve option is a cheaper alternative to buying 2 separate autosamplers, and therefore represents a great solution to considerably reduce automation investment.
More information online: https://ilmt.co/PL/BOQO
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