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Introducing EXP Nano Fittings for UHPLC

Published: Monday, April 23, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, April 23, 2012
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Optimize Technologies announced the expansion of the EXP Fitting System to include EXP Nano Fittings.

Included in this expansion are hand-tight and hex head adjustable nut and ferrule compression fittings for extreme pressure connections between 1/32” stainless steel tubing and 6-40 ports. Ideal for nano-scale UHPLC and UHPLC/MS, this nut and ferrule compression fitting is rated to 20,000+ psi (1400+ bar). The patent-pending EXP 1/32” Titanium Hybrid Ferrule combines the sealing capability of PEEK and robust nature of titanium to create the perfect seal. The ferrule can be released without tools, as the titanium permits the swage to be released and reset, allowing for many repeat connections and the ability to adjust to various port depths. The EXP product line streamlines the process of making fluid connections for UHPLC hardware and reduces instrument downtime. The combination of specialized features, innovative technology, and precision manufacturing make the EXP Nano Fittings an unbeatable choice for chromatographers operating at UHPLC pressures.

Advantages of the EXP Nano Fittings

• Rated to 20,000+ psi (1400+ bar)
• Intended for many repeat uses
• Auto-adjusting, zero-dead-volume connections
• One piece ferrule design
• Made in the U.S.A.
• Perfect for nano-scale UHPLC and UHPLC/MS


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