The ACQUITY Arc System is a quaternary-based, modern LC system for scientists working with established methods who are looking for the versatility and robustness required to bridge the gap between HPLC and UPLC while continuing to support validated assays.
The ACQUITY Arc System can replicate your established HPLC methods by compensating for these differences with unique features such as the Arc Multi-Flow Path technology and Gradient SmartStart. These innovative attributes enable seamless replication of your existing chromatographic results to meet your acceptance criteria without changes to validated gradient tables.
Get seamless and efficient transfer, adjustment, or improvement of methods from any LC platform without compromise in method integrity or changes to validated gradient tables.
The ACQUITY Arc System is enabled by Arc Multi-flow path technology, novel technology that enables the user to easily switch between HPLC and UHPLC operation by selecting the dwell volume that best fits the column separation. System reliability and robustness ensures product consistency and compliance with regulatory guidelines, all while minimizing downtown and inefficiencies.
With the ACQUITY Arc System, maximize productivity through combining system dispersion characteristics with efficient and rapid 2.x um UHPLC separations. Or, accommodate larger, 3.0 - 5.0 um particles. This provides the flexibility to support a wide-range of LC applications.
Improve your laboratory workflow with advanced software capabilities.
Need an orthogonal detection approach to UV in your method development? Streamline your method development with an LC-MS solution that’s as easy to use as photodiode array detection.
The ACQUITY Arc System is fully compatible with the ACQUITY QDa Mass Detector, supporting efficient and robust method development by expanding the information you can get from your system using the same Empower Software. The system automatically pairs qualitative mass spectral data to the peaks in your chromatogram leaving nothing to chance.
Method transfer of USP Assay for Fluconazole using the ACQUITY Arc System. Here the peak has same m/z of a related compound. 1. Related compound A; 2. Related compound B; 3. Related compound C; 4. Fluconazole.