Flat, Stable Baselines coupled with High Sensitivities
The use of the newly upgraded CE 4710 Conductivity Detector, coupled with the continuously regenerated chemical carbonate suppressor columns will provide for flat baselines, high sensitivities, gradient usage and speedy column equilibration.
Whatever your Ion Chromatography requirements, IonQuest will provide great value plus more.
One single system will accommodate your requirements for now and the future.
There is no limitation on the choice of eluents, columns, pumps, sample pre-treatment, samples and column conditions.
Adherence to EPA methods is easily achieved.
A vast range of analytical columns can be supplied.
Exceptionally ultra-low drift
The use of high stability temperature control of the detector cell contributes towards the extremely low drift. Peace of mind will be your norm. The drift of the conductivity detector is so low, that overnight unattended runs are easily achieved when the detector is used with any of our reliable autosamplers.
High pressure mixing gradients
Using the pulse-free microprocessor controlled pumps, achieve precise control and repeatability of mobile phase mixtures, to 0.1% levels. Coupled with rapid responses to changes in concentration and lower incidences of bubbling of the mixed mobile phase, the achieved gradients are the best.
A large range of pumping volumes, with low volume pumping increments is available.
Hence method development is achieved with fewer set-backs and the developed methods are more transferable.
Additional Detector Options
In addition to the standard conductivity detector, the IonQuest can be used with other detectors, such as electrochemical, refractive index, UV/Visible, WaveQuest UV/Visible ultra-fast scanning and fluorescence. Your options will not be limited.
Analyse catecholamines in blood plasma with an electrochemical detector, whilst simultaneously analysing anions using a conductivity detector.
Detect all the organic acids in wine using the conductivity detector, whist simultaneously detecting the sugars with refractive index or electrochemical detectors.
Amino acids, metals in soil, nucleic acids, fluoride and sodium in toothpaste, sodium in foods, bromide in water.