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Omnifit Columns

Product Description

Omnifit.gifOMNIFIT columns have been enhanced with PEEK end fittings to allow the columns to be utilised at temperatures of up to 150 °C.

As standard, the FlowSyn will accept columns of 10 mm internal diameter x 100 mm length (length is adjustable).

The user can pack columns with solid supported reagents, catalysts, or scavenger resins for reaction clean up.

Columns of other diameters can be accommodated on request.

Benefits

  • Flexible - Adjustable glass columns can be packed with reagents, catalysts or scavengers
  • Performance - Columns can be heated to 150 °C
  • Column pre-heater - Column inlet flow stream can be pre-heated using FlowSyn the heat exchanger
  • Safety - FlowSyn limits allowed pressure for column
Features
  • PEEK adjustable end fitting
  • Chemically inert glass column
  • Chemically resistant chemraz 'O'-ring seals
  • Pressure rated to 600 psi
Product Omnifit Columns
Company Uniqsis
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Uniqsis
29 Station Road Shepreth Cambridgeshire SG8 6GB UK

Tel: +44 (0)845 864 7747

Email: info@uniqsis.com



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