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10 years of ACQUITY UPLC - Innovation that's still moving an industry forward
ACQUITY QDa Mass Detector
ACQUITY QDa Detector is a mass detector built around the needs of analytical scientists for chromatographic analysis. Robust, reliable and requiring no sample adjustments, it integrates with your current LC, ACQUITY UPLC, UPC2 and purification systems.
ACQUITY UPLC System
The ACQUITY UPLC System lets you achieve higher UPLC/UHPLC chromatographic resolution and sensitivity and greater throughput using sub-2-µm particle technology. This is the original UPLC system featuring binary solvent management.
ACQUITY UPLC H-Class PLUS System
The ACQUITY UPLC H-Class PLUS System delivers the flexibility and precision of quaternary or binary solvent blending with the advanced performance expected of UPLC separations: high resolution, sensitivity and improved throughput.
ACQUITY UPLC I-Class PLUS System
The highest performing UPLC system ever engineered. With dramatically decreased dispersion for the highest resolution, rapid injection cycles and sample throughput with reduced carryover, it's clearly the superior inlet to any mass spectrometer.
ACQUITY UPLC M-Class System
The most reliable and highest performing nano- to microscale instrument available to deliver UPLC-quality (UHPLC) separations ― providing more sensitivity to every laboratory performing LC-MS analyses.
PATROL UPLC Process Analysis System
Bringing chromatographic analysis to process analytical technology (PAT), this real-time UPLC system is able to detect and quantify complex multiple component samples and final product.
ACQUITY UPLC Systems with 2D LC Technology
ACQUITY UPLC Systems with 2D LC/multidimensional LC provide resolution, sensitivity, and productivity for multidimensional applications that is simple to use, easy to implement, and compatible with a wide range of chemistries.
ACQUITY UPLC Detectors
Optical and mass detectors are optimized for UltraPerformance LC separations, with low dispersion characteristics, performance, and high data-acquisition rates.