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The WaveQuest Ultra-Fast-Scanning UV/Visible HPLC Detector

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Analysts can perform detailed spectral scans and highly sensitive quantitative analyses on the same instrument.  Extra time can be saved as the WaveQuest provides detailed spectral information and highly sensitive and precise quantitative information in the same chromatographic injection.

The WaveQuest may be added to your existing modular HPLC system and provides an easy instrumental option in the analysis of UV/Visible chromophores.

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The Wavequest HPLC Detector

Cecil Instruments’ trusted technological innovations mean that the WaveQuest‘s
performance includes ultra-fast, detailed spectral scans of chromatograms, so fast that the spectrum at any part of even a narrow peak, can be obtained on-the-fly; simultaneous spectra of eluting peaks; ultra low drift for long term unattended operation and brilliant precision; low noise for high sensitivities; simple detection of co-elution and powerful but easy to use software.

Dual wavelength operation allows two wavelengths to be monitored simultaneously with their ratio also being available.  Simultaneous monitoring of up to six wavelengths and full programming using up to six wavelengths is also possible.

Up to 100 methods may be created and stored, password protected, ensuring reproducible conditions when recalled.  An auto switch-on programme saves operator time during warm-up.