Waters AutoPurification System

The Waters AutoPurification system is composed of chromatography instruments designed to purify your samples.

Manufacturer: Waters

Model: AutoPure

Product Code: A13673

Tags: Lab Equipment, HPLC

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The Waters AutoPurification system is composed of chromatography instruments designed to purify your samples.

The 2767 Sample Manager by Waters automates sample aspiration and injection from microplates (MTP), test tubes, scintillation vials, or conventional autosampler vials. The Waters 2767 provides single-point management of injection and collection of separated peaks.The Waters 2767 Sample Manager connects to the computer, running the MassLynx software version 3.5x of higher, through an RS-232 port.

The Waters 1525 Binary HPLC Pump is an integrated high-pressure binary HPLC pump that features on-board pulse dampening and efficient mixing. Due to the Waters 1525's pulse-free solvent flow (from analytical to semi-preparative flow rates) this HPLC pump is ideal for use with highly sensitive detectors.The Waters 1525 Binary HPLC Pump has a programmable flow-rate of 0.00 to 10.00 mL/min in 0.01 mL increments and is designed for use with 2 to 4.6mm I.D. columns in routine LC and LC/MS applications.

The Waters 515 HPLC pump is a programmable HPLC pump available in isocratic, gradient, and semi-preparative configurations. The 515 HPLC pump, in conjuction with a pump control module, is required as a &"makeup&" pump. The pump dilutes the sample from the primary splitter and carries the flow to the detectors.

The Waters 3100 Mass Detector is a single quadrupole mass detector designed for high performance analytical and preparative LC/MS applications. The Waters 3100 Mass Detector is ideally suited for a wide range of qualitative and quantitative applications.

The Waters 2489 UV/Vis Detector offers a linear range of 2.5 AU enabling the identification and quantitation of both major and minor components in the same run, the ability to monitor absorbance at two user-selectable wavelengths, resulting in more analyte information per run and increased productivity and lamp serial numbers, hours, and number ignition tracking provides confidence for optimal system usage.

The Waters Systems Fluidics Organizer (SFO) houses the columns, the pump control module, and either the primary fraction flow splitter for MS-directed systems or a UV fraction manager for UV-directed systems.

The SogeVac SV40 BI is a single-stage, oil-sealed rotary vane pump designed for pumping of inert gases in the range of rough vacuum, between atmospheric pressure and ultimate pressure of the pump.

System Includes:
Waters 2767 Sample Manage
Waters 1525 Binary HPLC Pump
Waters 515 HPLC Pump
Waters 3100 Mass Detector
Waters 2489 UV/Vis Detector
Waters Systems Fluidics Organizer (SFO)
SogeVac SV40 BI Rotary Vane Pump
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