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Tuesday, 17 February 2009 11:13
Waters proven sample preparation tools significantly enhance analyte signals and reduce unwanted noise by increasing sensitivity, reproducibility, or throughput of LC/MS systems.
Oasis® and Sep-Pak® sample preparation products and Sirocco™ protein precipitation plates are designed for simple or complex matrices, biologic or non-biologic samples, acidic, basic, or neutral molecules.
Achieve robust, selective, and sensitive solid-phase extraction (SPE) methods without worrying about low recoveries caused by breakthrough, sorbent drying, pH limitations, and undesirable silanol activity.
Sep-Pak products are recognized worldwide and remain the most referenced SPE products for GC/MS, HPLC, and LC/MS analysis. They offer a versatile and cost effective solid-phase extraction alternative.
PoraPak Rxn is a family of polymeric based chromatography products for superior cleanup of synthetic reactions which allows for fast cleanup, efficient fractionation and rapid de-watering.
Sirocco™ plates are the most technologically advanced protein precipitation plates on the market and provide optimum performance in faster processing time for automated or manual processing.
A wide offering of accessories for use with SPE devices and plates, including manifolds, reservoirs, adaptors, plastic tubings, and fittings.
Dispersive SPE, commonly referred to as "QuEChERS", is a simple and straightforward sample preparation technique suitable for multi-residue pesticide analysis in a wide variety of food and agricultural products.
RapidTrace SPE Workstation
The RapidTrace SPE Workstation is a modular, highly scalable, automated sample prep high throughput Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) platform. Utilizing 1 mL or 3 mL industry standard SPE cartridges, the RapidTrace can process up to 100 samples in less than two hours unattended.
Each module can be loaded with 10 cartridges, and up to 10 modules can be connected together and controlled through a simple, easy-to-use software package. The modular design lets you add throughput capability as required. Modules within a group can run different methods, or modules can be separated and even used in different labs. The product is designed to maximize sample preparation and cleanup steps prior to sample analysis by LC/MS/MS or GC/MS. The RapidTrace has been designed to eliminate SPE bottlenecks, so that labs can realize the full benefit of today’s powerful and costly analytical instruments.
The RapidTrace specializes in automating low volume solid phase extractions. It is currently being used in a wide variety of industry applications primarily for bio-extractions, and especially within the regulated pharmaceutical, clinical, and forensic environment. The product also provides utility in a variety of other industries, including the Tobacco, Food and Beverage, and even the horse and camel racing industries.
Zephyr SPE Workstation
OverviewThe Zephyr SPE Workstation is a simple and efficient, yet powerful tool for automating the critical steps required in Solid Phase Extraction (SPE). The workstation is designed to specifically meet the needs of clinical, forensic, and pharmaceutical/biotech laboratories doing high-throughput SPE. The Zephyr SPE system is an automated solution for sample preparation, cleanup, and extraction with the ability to process 96 samples simultaneously in less than 30 minutes.
Additionally, The Zephyr SPE is equipped with a truly unique 'Clog Detection' * feature. By using a state of the art sensor, the Zephyr SPE Workstation can quickly examine all wells on a plate to determine if the wells have emptied before moving on to the next step of the SPE method. If a clog well is detected, the workstation can apply vacuum for additional time or notify the operator by page, e-mail, or phone. This feature insures that each sample is processed during each run and provides the operator true walk away time, and creates efficiency in the sample preparation process. The Clog Detection feature makes the Zephyr SPE workstation a powerful and critical sample preparation tool.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 February 2009 12:19