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Kromasil Classic

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Kromasil silica packings are designed to meet the highest demand in HPLC, SFC and SMB from analytical to process scale.

The uniqueness of Kromasil high performance spherical silica is the combination of:

  • High surface area
  • Mechanical strength

Other outstanding properties are:

  • Chemical purity
  • Chemical stability
  • Optimized surface properties
  • Well-defined pore structure

Kromasil HPLC silica consists of perfectly spherical, totally porous particles. They are produced in sizes of 3.5, 5, 7, 10, 13 and 16 µm (larger particles can be produced upon request) and with a narrow particle size distribution for high efficiency, low pressure drop and best total economy in chromatographic purifications.

Batch to batch reproducibility

The manufacturing of Kromasil spherical silica is done according to the well-known sol-gel technique which gives optimized chemical and mechanical stability, pore structure and reproducible surface area.

Development, production and marketing of the Kromasil packings are ISO 9001 certified.

Kromasil packings are manufactured in batches over 100 kg, in a modern plant with capacity of several tonnes per year.

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Separation Products, SE-445 80 Bohus, Sweden

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