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Empty glass columns for temperature sensitive purifications

Jul 27 2021

The importance of temperature control in LC

Temperature control is very important in LC. On one hand, it helps to achieve reproducible chromatographic separation. On the other hand, the activity of the analytes can be protected by heating or cooling the column. For temperature sensitive applications on laboratory scale, ECO columns with heating/cooling jackets are designed for serve these purposes.

The advantages are:

  • Heating/cooling jacket is made of borosilicate glass 3.3:
  1. Full compatibility with organic solvents for efficient cleaning
  • Consistent heating or cooling:
  1. Flexible application fields in a temperature range of 4-40°C
  • Easy and reliable connection:
  1. Olives made of a synthetic material used for the threads of the heating/cooling jacket are supplied with the column
  • Long lifetime and constant transparency:
  1. Use of high quality materials

Do you want to read more? Check out the product information including Specifications and ordering guide.

Temperature control in pilot scale applications

Are you looking for glass columns for self-packing with temperature control with an inner diameter larger than 50 mm?

With the YMC Pilot line, you can get glass columns with a heating/cooling jacket made of borosilicate glass up to an inner diameter of 240 mm.

More information is available on our website or contact us via email or phone.


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