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Thermo Fisher Scientific Unveils new Quaternary Pump at Pittcon 2010
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Unveils new Quaternary Pump at Pittcon 2010

Thermo Fisher Scientific Unveils new Quaternary Pump at Pittcon 2010
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Unveils new Quaternary Pump at Pittcon 2010


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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has announced a new quaternary pump that to improve separation for complex mixtures during ultra-high pressure liquid chromatography (U-HPLC) analysis.

The new Thermo Scientific Accela 1250 pump features Force Feedback Control (FFC) which eliminates the need for pulse dampening while improving flow accuracy and gradient precision under extreme operating conditions. The company showcased the Accela™ 1250 at Thermo Scientific booth 2757 during Pittcon 2010, held February 28 - March 5, in Orlando.

The Accela 1250 pump is designed to operate at a top pressure of 1250 bar with flow rates of up to 2mL/min, reducing run times and improving productivity. This helps for U-HPLC analysis and applications requiring flexibility between standard HPLC and U-HPLC capabilities. The pump also offers increased performance with significant baseline stabilization and improved retention time reproducibility.
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