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Princeton Chromatography – Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) Columns,
Standard & Specialized HPLC Stationary Phases, ...and more
With over 35 years of HPLC experience, they provide choice and flexibility in:
- Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) columns – 18 stationary phase options
- Standard and specialised HPLC stationary phases
- All phases available on 3, 5, 7, 10, 16, 20 µm or larger particles, select phases on 1.8 µm particles
- Easy scale up from 2.0mm ID screening columns through 50.0mm prep columns to bulk media for production columns.
- Quick response to developing analytical or preparative separation needs
YOUNG IN Chromass Co., Ltd. (YL Instruments, South Korea) has been providing scientists in the European and Asian markets with feature-rich, reliable GC & GC/MS analytical instrumentation at reasonable prices for over 30 years.
The 5th generation YL6500 GC, and YL6900 GC/MS systems feature:
- A full selection of inlets and detectors; up to 3 of each can be installed on the system
- Precise and accurate flow/pressure/temperature controls, resulting in better chromatography and reproducibility
- Competitive pricing, these systems price out at significant savings when compared to competitive brands.
Contact us for a quote on the system that best suits your needs, our customers have been pleasantly surprised.
- Three year warranty, allowing you to buy with confidence!
Click here for a table comparing the features and specifications of the YL6500 GC against Agilent, Shimadzu, PerkinElmer, Thermo and Scion’s offerings.
Combine YL Instruments outstanding combination of features and price, with Chromatographic Specialties' focus on superior customer service and support, and you get a powerful and versatile instrument backed by the best warranty and team in the country.
Contact us today to discuss how YL instruments can enhance your lab results and stretch your budget.
Solutions to make your analytical and sampling systems perform better!
Whether for corrosion resistance, chemical inertness, or other surface passivation needs, SilcoTek® coatings perform in the most challenging applications. SilcoTek®'s patented Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) coating technologies help you get better results from the parts and systems that are critical to your bottom line. These chemically inert coatings improve test accuracy and reliability by preventing chemical reactions between the sample and flow path surface.
Click here for additional information, including a list of SilcoTek® treatments and their recommended applications.
If you require tubing and / or fittings for a lab application, CSI is your source; we stock many different types and lengths of tubing and offer cleaning options to ensure your tubing won’t contaminate your samples or affect your results:
Stainless steel, nickel, aluminum, copper, PTFE, PEEK, and more
Cleaning options include: chromatographic grade, oxygen cleaned (to ASTM G93-03 specifications), cutting and deburring
Click on the links below for a listing of some of our most popular fittings and tubing:
Contact us for more information.
How should I cut Siltek® / Sulfinert® / SilcoNert® 2000 tubing?
Cut the tubing ends with a standard metal tubing cutter. Point the tubing end down when cutting or reaming to prevent metal filings from depositing inside the bore. Always flush tubing sections after cutting and end-cleaning to ensure the removal of metal or coating particles generated during cutting.
What is the solvent compatibility of Siltek® / Sulfinert® / SilcoNert® 2000 tubing?
Sulfinert®-treated tubing is compatible with a wide variety of solvents including methylene chloride, pentane, acetone, methanol, and water. Avoid hydrofluoric acid and bases or strong hydrochloric acid solutions. These acids and bases will damage the Sulfinert® layer.
If you use Helium in your lab, click here to explore options for dealing with the shortage: