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Fused-Core® Selectivity Toolkits for Superficially- Porous Particle Method Development

Oct 03 2018 Read 1224 Times

Advanced Materials Technology are pleased to announce HALO® Fused-Core® Selectivity Toolkits - containing 3 columns and available for a limited time - to help develop HPLC methods with the speed and efficiency of UHPLC methods!

Available with pore sizes of 90 Å for small molecule analysis and 1,000 Å for biomolecule analysis, each column in the toolkit can be screened under the same mobile phase conditions to help you develop your ultra-fast separation quickly and efficiently. HALO® 2.7 µm Fused-Core® columns can carry out UHPLC-like separations at lower backpressures than fully-porous sub-2 µm columns!

  • 90 Å Small Molecule Selectivity Kit - HALO® Biphenyl, HALO® AQ-C18, and HALO® C18.
  • 1,000 Å Protein Selectivity Kit - HALO® C4, HALO® ES-C18, and HALO® Diphenyl.
  • Fused-Core® technology for high-speed, high resolution, and highly reproducible separations.
  • Suitable for HPLC and UHPLC instrumentation.
  • Includes HALO® safety glasses!

HALO® Fused-Core® Selectivity Toolkits are an excellent addition to your method development arsenal. For further details on these selectivity toolkits, for more information on any Fused-Core® column, or to discuss converting your HPLC method to an ultra-fact method using solid-core particles, please contact our technical team by email.

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