Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Easy to use Mass Directed Purification with Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Aug 24 2018 Read 1020 Times
Knauer launched a single quadrupole mass spectrometer. With the Knauer 4000 MiD® the Berlin-based company expands their preparative HPLC portfolio to the field of mass directed purification. The usage of mass spectrometry in the preparative HPLC enables the collection of target molecules according to their molecular mass. Natural products, pharmaceuticals, and other small organic molecules can be purified in a time- and cost-saving manner. The Knauer 4000 MiD covers a mass range of 50 to 800 m/z. Due to the integrated vacuum system, the 4000 MiD has a very small footprint and can be operated in laboratories with limited space. Together with the MiDas™ automated sampling unit, the 4000 MiD enables high-throughput preparative HPLC. The AZURA® prep LC for mass directed fractionation is controlled with ClarityChrom®, an easy-to-use chromatography data system for workstations.
The family-owned company Knauer has more than 55 years experience in liquid chromatography and provides a large portfolio of solutions for preparative HPLC applications. Knauer is an ISO 9001 certified company with strict manufacturing and process reliability for highest quality ‘Made in Germany’.
Please refer to www.knauer.net/mid for more information on the Knauer 4000 MiD.
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