New HPLC Column Chiller/Heater Ideal for Biomedical Samples at or Below Room Temperatures
Jul 26 2017 Read 1137 Times
Torrey Pines Scientific, Inc announces its new EchoTherm™ Model CO50 Programmable HPLC Column Chiller/Heater. It is ideal for chiral and biomedical chromatography where below ambient temperatures help preserve bioactivity.
The HPLC Column Chiller/Heater can be used for stabilising column temperatures from day to day at or near room temperatures for repeatable results. It has a temperature range from 4.0°C to 100.0°C readable and settable to 0.1°C. The PID control software regulates temperatures to ±0.2°C, even at ambient. The CO50 has a Stable Temperature LED that illuminates when the target temperature is stable to within ±0.2°C. The Peltier-based CO50 has a 5-program memory of 10 steps per program and the ability to repeat any program from 1 to 99 times automatically.
The CO50 holds columns up to 30cm long by ¼” or 3/8” diameter in mounting clips provided. Larger diameter columns can be used by removing the column clips that hold the smaller columns. The CO50 features RS232 I/O port for controlling the unit by a chromatograph, for programming gradients, and for data collection.
Also included are an injection counter, 30-day timer with user settable Auto-Off, and chamber drain for spills. The unit comes with a bench top universal power supply for use anywhere in the world, 3-wire AC line cord for the country of use, twelve month warranty and instruction manual. The Model CO50 is UL, CSA, and CE compliant.
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