TrueNano HPLC by VICI Valco Instruments Co. Inc.

Manufacturer VICI Valco Instruments Co. Inc.  |  Available Worldwide
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TrueNano HPLC


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TrueNano HPLC

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  • Application Area: HPLC, high pressure up to 1500 Bar

"Amazing development and customer service from Dr. Jennifer Copeland. She is a consummate professional and worked with us for months to achieve the instrumentation for our application needs. "

Review date: 26 Mar 2019 | TrueNano HPLC
  • Operates to 1500 bar (22,000 psi)
  • Includes everything but the detector
  • 360 micron fittings and tubing throughout for higher efficiency
  • Flow rates down to 10 nl/minute for low mobile phase consumption
  • Sample volume as low as 5 nl
  • Eliminates transfer lines to detector

The integrated nanopump/injector comprises an entire chromatographic system in a small footprint weighing a few pounds. With true nanoscale 360 µm fittings and extremely low flow rates, this system provides split-free injections as close to the detector as possible.

The 360 µm fittings allow use of higher efficiency columns, packed with smaller particles for an orders-of-magnitude increase in theoretical plate height.

The nanopump can be employed in a variety of pump configurations – isocratic or gradient – with optional integrated injector and selector valves. Each pump features integral pressure transducers, which monitor and adjust for the differing compressibility of the two solvents in gradient systems.