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Metrohm Launches New High-Performance Ion Chromatography System

Published: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
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Metrohm launches the 940 Professional IC Vario, the new high-performance ion chromatography system for research applications and routine use.

The 940 Professional IC Vario is Metrohm’s most versatile IC system yet. Entirely modular by design, the 940 Professional IC Vario enables unlimited configuration possibilities and meets even the most challenging analytical requirements. The profile of Metrohm‘s new flagship in ion chromatography is completed by new features increasing usability and the legendary Metrohm product quality.

The 940 Professional IC Vario is Metrohm’s most versatile IC system yet. Selecting from a complete set of components and accessories, users have virtually unlimited possibilities to put together any IC system they need and want to meet their specific requirements. The options are manifold:

• Suppression: sequential, chemical or no suppression
• Detection: conductivity, UV/VIS, amperometry
• Gradients: high pressure, low-pressure, Dose-in
• Separation: columns of any base material, selectivity, capacity, and dimension (length and diameter)

Any 940 Professional IC Vario system can be extended and upgraded at any time with several versions of the new 942 Extension Module Vario, the 943 Professional Thermostat/Reactor Vario, as well as comprehensive options for Liquid Handling and automation.

The 940 Professional IC Vario provides maximum reliability of both the system itself and the analytical results produced. The 940 Professional IC Vario is self-monitoring; all system and method parameters are permanently checked against the respective limits and standards. Results can be traced back to every single step of the analysis including sample preparation, making users perfectly prepared for even the toughest audits. The 940 Professional IC Vario is controlled by MagIC Net, the proven Metrohm software for ion chromatography.

New features implemented in Metrohm’s latest high-performance IC system greatly increase ease of use. Based on the new 941 Eluent Production Module, the 940 Professional IC Vario enables inline preparation of eluents of any composition and in any concentration. Even more convenience is possible, as an ELGA PURELAB flex5/6 ultrapure water system can be directly connected to the system. In this setup, conventional tap water can be used for ion chromatography.

When it comes to product quality, the 940 Professional IC Vario follows in the tradition of the Metrohm brand. Metrohm’s new flagship in ion chromatography comes with a 3-year instrument warranty, a 10-year warranty on the anion suppressor, and 10 years guaranteed availability of spare parts.


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