Now available: High sensitivity UHPLC/MS columns: 1 mm YMC-Triart!
Sep 21 2021
YMC is pleased to officially introduce YMC-Triart UHPLC columns with 1 mm ID for LC/MS use! In combination with MS and a suitable UHPLC system, excellent sensitivities can be achieved with very low sample amounts/concentrations. 1 mm UHPLC columns nicely fill the gap between YMC’s MicroLC- and UHPLC columns with 0.5 mm and 2.0 mm ID respectively.
These columns are dedicated for labs that routinely use LC/MS and need to deal with very small concentrations where high sensitivities are important, e.g. in pharmaceutical R&D, in academia, and also in the environmental and food sectors.
What is special about YMC-Triart 1 mm UHPLC columns?
- High performance 1 mm UHPLC columns outperforming comparable products
- High precision column hardware for reliable results
- Highly reproducible YMC-Triart phases in highly reproducible hardware
Ideal combination of stationary phase and hardware
Due to its organic/inorganic hybrid silica base material, YMC-Triart stationary phases with 1.9 µm particle size are very robust and flexible: pH range of 1-12 as well as temperatures up to 90°C can be used. 1 mm YMC-Triart UHPLC columns are ideal for highly sensitive LC/MS analyses. They provide higher performances than competitor columns, due to the high precision YMC hardware in combination with a special column packing procedure. The reproducible hardware, which is particularly challenging for such small inner diameter, is accompanied by the excellent lot-to-lot reproducibility provided by the YMC-Triart stationary phases ensuring truly reproducible results.
Initially, 1 mm YMC-Triart C18 UHPLC columns with different lengths will be available, which are suitable for are a wide variety of small molecules, peptides, peptide mapping or oligonucleotides.
How to get optimum results
In order to achieve the high-performance results, suitable UHPLC/MS systems with optimised system volumes such as ACQUITY UPLC I-Class, Mikros or UltiMate 3000 RSLCnano should be used.
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