Product News: Grace Davison Discovery Sciences to Present award-winning Reveleris® Flash Chromatography System with RevealX™ Technology at Pittcon 2010

22 Feb 2010

Grace’s Reveleris® system simplifies and improves purification by flash chromatography. The key is the proprietary RevealX™ detection technology that integrates multiple detector signals, utilizing advanced signal processing to recognize (detect) and collect components undetected by UV-based systems. To learn more about this technology and the technical presentations available visit booth 3721.

Multiple-channel UV and the proprietary evaporative light scattering detection (ELSD) technology trigger sophisticated fraction collection, yielding more targeted samples with fewer impurities in less time. Grace’s RevealX™ technology overcomes the limitations of UV-based detection, the standard detection offered for flash chromatography systems.

Grace will also feature VisionHT™, a seamless media platform available in 1.5, 3, 5 and 10µm particle sizes in six different phase selectivity’s which span the full polarity spectrum. Identical base silica and bonding chemistries used across all particle diameters offer simple method transfer between UHPLC, HPLC and preparative systems. Through the combination of Sub2 µm technology and high throughput formats, VisionHT™ columns also enable increased productivity via faster separations, higher resolution and increased sensitivity. Now, separate complex samples with excellent resolution on any LC system.

Technical presentations that will be presented at the show:
Poster Presentation-Monday: Ensuring Higher levels of Purity in Target Submissions in Drug Discovery by Employing a Multi-detector approach in Flash Chromatography
Poster Presentation-Monday: Easy Method Transfer Using a Universal, Sub 2um to 10um HPLC Media Platform
Poster Presentation-Monday: Minimizing Purification Bottlenecks Using a Multi-Detector Approach to Flash Chromatography while Achieving Maximum Sample Recovery in Post Synthetic Workups
Oral Presentation-Thursday: Integration of the Hydrophobic Subtraction Model into Stationary Phase Selectivity Engineering