Supelco GC Columns for Agilent Intuvo - an innovative, new product line
May 09 2019 Read 1466 Times
Now get your favourite Supelco® GC columns for use with the Agilent Intuvo GC System.
We know the importance of having options for your gas chromatography analysis, so that is why we have developed the first GC column alternatives for use within the Agilent Intuvo GC system. From our workhorse SLB®-5ms columns and our unique selectivity ionic liquid columns to specialty columns like our Astec Chiraldex® column, you now have a full portfolio of alternatives to choose from when using the Agilent Intuvo GC system.
These columns allow you to complete your analysis faster, easier, and with more accuracy, sensitivity and reproducibility.
Intuvo compatible GC columns:
- Install in less than 1 minute -- click-and-run connections
- Columns require no maintenance or trimming
- Leak-free connection
- Fast heating and cool down time
- Ideal for use with high speed or high throughput GC
Eliminate unplanned downtime, time-intensive tasks, and user technical limitations with our full line of GC columns made specifically for use within the Agilent Intuvo GC system. These columns allow you to complete your analysis faster, easier, and with more accuracy, sensitivity and reproducibility.
We are providing a full line of GC columns and accessories for the Intuvo system, including Guard Chips. These columns are our columns, our brand but fit specifically for the Agilent Intuvo system.
These products help you in getting accurate, precise and consistent results.
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