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Kromasil EternityShell columns

Jun 22 2016 Read 1558 Times

The new Kromasil EternityShell columns are based on solid core particle technology and for chromatographers working with harsh mobile phase conditions. These columns are packed with 2.5 µm solid core particles, and available with C18 derivatization. The Kromasil EternityShell columns are designed to operate under almost the entire range of pH, from pH 1 to 12. Furthermore, the new columns can be used under UHPLC and HPLC conditions, choices that researchers and analysts look for when there is a shortage of instruments available in their laboratory.

Kromasil, AkzoNobel’s global brand for chromatographic analysis and purification, continues to support users worldwide with new products, expanding its portfolio according to customer needs and trends. The Kromasil EternityShell columns are intended for analysis of samples across all application groups including the pharmaceutical, clinical, food and beverage, clinical and environmental industries.

These new columns supplement the Kromasil ClassicShell family of columns made available earlier in the year.  They also complement the Kromasil fully porous Classic and EternityXT 1.8 and 2.5 µm particle size columns, all aimed for fast separations to support the speed and resolution that scientists aim for in their daily work.

Kromasil columns and bulk materials are the result of more than 25 years of stationary phase expertise, delivering performance products to users in research, discovery, pilot plant and manufacturing environments.

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