|Paz Lorenzo Garcia|
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Universidad San Pablo
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"High efficiency, high price."
Poroshell 120 columns provide rugged, high resolution separations within the pressure range of any mainstream LC system, making the benefits of sub-2 µm performance available with all existing LCs.
Poroshell columns can achieve high resolution and high speed separations on current instruments, and higher resolution and speeds on new high-pressure LC and LC/MS systems. Stable to 600 bar, Poroshell 120 are great for fast UHPLC analyses, and can accelerate your older, traditional 5 µm method for 4-5x reduction in analysis time. With a family of ten chemistries, including the recently introduced PFP, and alignment with the ZORBAX family chemistries, method development and transfer is flexible and easy.
- High efficiency and high resolution, with up to 50% less backpressure than sub-2 μm columns
- 2 μm frit, for rugged performance with dirty samples
- Compatible with 400 bar and 600 bar LCs, as well as UHPLC instruments
- An expanding family of bonded phases to align with the ZORBAX Family, for reliable scalability
- Excellent selectivity and peak shapes
- Designed for exceptional reproducibility
- Explore Poroshell 120 solutions focused applications, from food to pharma
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