HPLC Stationary phases for a broad range of separations
For more than 35 years, Hamilton Company has developed and manufactured pressure-stable, polymeric polystyrene-divinylbenzene (PS-DVB) HPLC columns that are used in most of the world’s top chromatography labs. With a wide range of particle sizes, pore sizes, pH stability from 1 to 14, temperature resistance over 100°C, and chemistries to match most analyte types, Hamilton polymeric columns are the chromatographer's choice for challenging separations.
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How do I restore my HPLC column?HPLC column chromatography performance will inevitably degrade as the column is used, however this procedure may restore the performance of a column that has become fouled. Click the headline above to read this step-by-step guide.
How Do I Connect a Stainless Steel Guard Cartridge to My HPLC Column?The process of connecting a guard cartridge to an HPLC column is fairly simple, but requires different steps based on the HPLC instrument and the guard cartridge configuration. Click the headline above to read this step-by-step guide.
How Do I Install My HPLC Column?Connecting an HPLC column is not difficult, but if the proper steps aren't followed, chromatographic results can be compromised. Click the headline above to read this step-by-step guide.
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