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Manual GPC Clean-up System

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Compact manual post extraction clean-up prior to analysis

For post extraction clean-up of interfering substances from environmental samples, food products, and animal tissue by Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) prior to analysis by GC, GC/MS, HPLC, or LC/MS, this manual GPC Clean-Up System is an economical and compact alternative.

Bench space-efficient system incorporating a stackable modular design.
System coordinates the elution and collection to user-defined parameters.
Ideal for small sample load requirements.
Semi-automate clean-up processes by automatically collecting multiple fractions by time windows that are pre-programmed through Gilson’s mobile phase 307 Pump keypad.
Gilson GPC Clean-up Systems meet clean-up guidelines set forth by the USEPA, USFDA, USDA, USGS, ISO, CFIA, AOAC International and European Union (EN 1528, EN 12393, S19) requirements.

The manual GPC Clean-up System is available in two configurations, with a 112 UV Detector and without. The UV detector can be utilized by laboratories complying with GPC post-extraction guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). The UV detector is used to calibrate the GPC column, typically done once a week to ensure regulation standard. The 305 pump with it easy-to-use keypad controller built into the pump for simple set up and control of the system for time-based fraction collection. The manual injection valve comes standard with a 5 ml sample loop. To collect fraction the system us VALVMATE allows for collection of multiple fractions from the same sample extract to limitless vessel size.

– Capable of flow rates from 10 uL/min to 10 mL/min with minimum pulsation and pressure ratings to 4000 psi
– Detection capabilities at either 254 nm or 280 nm
– Up to 10 separate fractions in limitless vessel size
– Injection volume from 20µl to 5 ml with the standard 5 ml loop 

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