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Adept HPLC System 2S, Isocratic with Single Direction Data Processing Software and WaveQuest Detector

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This system uses the Adept CE 4100 high pressure dual piston pump and the WaveQuest Ultra-Fast Scanning UV/Visible detector for added flexibility and utra low drift. The WaveQuest provides a trustworthy alternative to a photodiode array detection and provides superior stability. Hence only one detector is required for method development and for monitoring to the highest of sensitivities. The system is provided with PowerStream data processing software and interface unit, CE 4901.

The CE 4901 PowerStream software operating in Windows XP may also be used with Windows 98 and 2000, offers the same data processing power as the CE 4900 software but unlike the latter, offers no system control.

As an alternative, the CE 4900 PowerStream system with full system control may be used, allowing for expansion of the system at a future date.

Column heater/chillers can be supplied. The supplied analytical pump may be substituted by a semi-preparative pump.
Product Adept HPLC System 2S, Isocratic with Single Direction Data Processing Software and WaveQuest Detector
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