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ProteCol™ HPLC Columns

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ProteCol™ HPLC Columns Turn Imagination Into Results

A premium inert HPLC column range delivering optimal peak shape.

The ProteCol™ HPLC column range features proprietary column designs, incorporating inert materials throughout the flow path and the highest quality stationary phases.  The combination of these factors delivers unparalleled separation performance.

ProteCol™-P features a PEEK™ lining while ProteCol™-G uses a glass lining.ProteCol P

Benefits of an inert flow path are:

• Optimized analyte recovery.
• Superior peak shape and reproducibility.
• Less artifacts due to reduced carry over.

Long-term reproducibility
All columns in the ProteCol™ range show a remarkable reproducibility of thousands of injections (subject to sample purity and mobile phase conditions).

Stability at pH 1:
All columns in the ProteCol™ range show no deterioration when exposed to pH 1.0 buffers.

Product ProteCol™ HPLC Columns
Company SGE Analytical Science Pty Ltd
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SGE Analytical Science Pty Ltd
7 Argent Place Ringwood Victoria 3134 Australia

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