November 24th 2022
If you are a user of HPLC, uHPLC or GPC/SEC equipment then our affordably priced Solvent Line Monitor device can offer you some great benefits by automatically monitoring:
• To shut down your pump if a solvent reservoir runs dry.
• To stop your system if piston pump backflush is detected.
• To detect cavitation of solvent in pump tubing.
• To alert you when bubbles build up in your pump tubing.
The Solvent Line Monitor not only ensures reliable results but it also takes care of your chromatography systems freeing you to perform other tasks.
November 17th 2022
Our Managing Director - Carlo Dessy has been invited to the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia to perform an upgrade on their 200SM light scattering goniometer system. During his visit – Carlo will also provide expert advice and training covering all aspects of advanced static and dynamic light scattering techniques for challenging research applications. Founded in 2009, KAUST is renowned for advancing science and technology through distinctive and collaborative research.
November 10th 2022
Accurately measuring the rate of addition of liquid reagents is a critical consideration for many laboratories undertaking batch or flow chemistry reactions. When dispensing expensive chemicals or other fluids into a reaction, labs must ensure the right amounts are added as part of quality control. Without accurate flow measurement, too much or too little chemical can be injected into a reaction, resulting in adverse outcomes, expensive reagent overuse and safety issues. In fact, inaccurate flow measurement can mean the difference between profits and lost revenue.
November 3rd 2022
Light scattering is a trusted detection method for measuring molecular weight and therefore a widely used tool for analyzing biopolymers, polymers and proteins by GPC/SEC. One of the most important parameters to ensure top quality light scattering data is the refractive index increment (dn/dc). Accurately determining the dn/dc value is vital because it is the link that translates raw refractive index data into sample concentration. The most accurate method of determining dn/dc is to use a stand-alone batch instrument, such as our HK series differential refractometer, and to take measurements at different concentrations.
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