Isocratic Pump Achieves Nearly Pulse-free Flow Rates for Improved Efficiency
Feb 21 2018 Read 894 Times
Gilson announces an expansion to its chromatography systems product offering with the introduction of the VERITY® 3011 Isocratic Pump. The new VERITY 3011 Pump broadens the depth of the VERITY purification systems portfolio with advancements over existing pumps including a convenient quick-connect pump head design and intuitive touchscreen control of the instrument. The pump enables reaction monitoring and easily integrates into both analytical and semi-preparative chromatography systems for environmental, food and beverage, and petroleum applications.
The VERITY 3011 Pump is a standalone pump with touchscreen control that delivers accurate and nearly pulse-free flow rates, improving overall efficiency and yield. The pump supports pressures up to 600 bar (8702 psi), which are some of the highest in the HPLC market, while the integrated pressure sensor protects system components from damage, decreasing downtime and operational costs.
The VERITY 3011 Pump heads rely on an innovative bayonet design that allows the pump heads to be easily changed without tools. Two pump heads available: the 5 SS for flow rates of 0.01–5 mL/minute and the 10 SS for 0.05–10 mL/minute. Both pump heads support pressures of up to 600 bar (8702 psi).
In a VERITY purification system, the VERITY 3011 pump and other system components are powered by TRILUTION® LC software. When used as a standalone pump, the intuitive touchscreen makes it easy to set up and run the pump in one of three modes: Flow, Dispense, or Program.
Gilson has a long history of advancing durable chromatographic system design and today specialises in preparative HPLC, flash chromatography, centrifugal partition chromatography (CPC), and gel permeation chromatography (GPC), with instrumentation that benefits discovery- to process-scale workflows. The introduction of the VERITY 3011 Isocratic Pump enhances the Gilson purification portfolio, which also includes columns, fraction collectors, detectors, and system control software.
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