Nexera MP UHPLC from Shimadzu

Nexera MP UHPLC from Shimadzu

Nexera MP UHPLC from Shimadzu

Description

"In response to front-end demands for higher speeds, low carryover, better precision, and high throughput, Shimadzu offers the Nexera MP Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatograph utilizing the SIL-30ACMP Multiplate Autosampler. The SIL-30ACMP achieves an ultrafast injection speed while maintaining the ultra-low carryover performance for which Shimadzu autosamplers are known. To meet current throughput demands, up to 6 microtiter plates can be loaded, enabling a maximum of 2304 samples to be analyzed continuously. By incorporating these functions, the SIL-30ACMP is ideally suited as a front end LC for all LCMS platforms and high-performance LC systems..

Features
  • High-speed injection (7 seconds) – significantly improves throughput in multi-sample processing
  • World’s fastest cycle time (14 seconds) – enables four analytical runs within one minute
  • Near-zero carryover (less than 0.0015%) without rinsing, minimizing sample contamination
  • Outstanding injection mechanism assures precision when injecting trace amounts
  • Open access design – enables the loading of samples, even during analysis
The optional CTO-30AS mounts directly on the side for close proximity to the autosampler and can be positioned from the vertical to the horizontal to minimize tubing lengths. This reduces extra column band broadening effects, especially important for UHPLC applications."

  • Detailed Specifications
  • ItemNexera MP UHPLC
  • CompanyShimadzu
  • PriceGet Quote
  • Catalog NumberNexera MP
  • QuantityEA
  • Detector(s)UV-Vis, Photo Diode Array, Fluorescence Detectors
  • Flow Rate0.0001 to 3.0000 mL/min (up to 130 Mpa), 3.0001 to 5.0000 mL/min (up to 80 MPa)
  • Max. Pressure130 Mpa
Shimadzu
Shimadzu
7102 Riverwood Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
United States
Phone: 1-800-477-1227
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