Purification/SFC/SFE Systems

Purification

Waters suite of HPLC purification solutions offer scalable configurations, from semi-automated modular systems to fully automated MS-directed systems, whether you want the specificity of mass-directed purification or inclusiveness of a UV system. 

Preparative Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) purification technologies utilize liquid CO2, a faster, eco-friendly alternative to traditional solvents, decreasing your overall solvent purchase and disposal costs as well as faster fraction processing. 

Analysis

Supercritical CO2 based technologies generate robust, reproducible results for a wide range of chiral and achiral compounds on the same analytical system, i.e., ACQUITY UPC2 System. This technology has been shown to increase efficiency, use less solvent and lower costs while being fully compatible with the full range of Waters mass spectrometers.

Extraction

Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) technologies extract chemical compounds using supercritical fluid instead of an organic solvent. When used for Botanical extractions the use of Food grade CO2 allows clean, safe and tunable extractions as cost effective alternatives to organic solvent and other fluid based extractions.


LC Purification Purification solutions offer scalable configurations, from semi-automated modular systems to fully automated MS-directed systems, whether you want the specificity of mass-directed purification or inclusiveness of a UV system.
Supercritical Fluid Chromatography Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) systems provide an environmentally-friendly approach to analytical and purification applications.
ACQUITY UPC2 System Built upon proven UPLC Technology to enable scientists the ability to address routine and complex separation challenges while delivering reliability, robustness, sensitivity, and throughput never before possible.
Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) Systems Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) Systems provide solvent-free extraction, fractionation, and isolation of chemical antioxidant compounds.
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