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1290 Infinity II Multi-Method System

The 1290 Infinity II Multi-Method System offers highest system utilization and automation with multiple method UHPLC capabilities for different users at the same system. This UHPLC Multi Method system hosts different methods on one system, backed by highest chromatographic performance, to give multiple scientists access to their personalized UHPLC methods.

 


Features

  • Reduce manual system interaction to a minimum – automatically switch between different columns and solvents, and run your system unattended
  • All your methods on one system – give multiple users access to their personal complex methods
  • Combine the best from walk-up systems and expert LCs – profit from highest flexibility and highest analytical performance while improving instrument uptime by serving multiple users
  • 1290 Infinity II LC technology – run your most challenging methods at up to 1300 bar and use Blend Assist software to mix solvents and buffers dynamically from stock solutions within a run
  • Reduce the number of your LC systems – utilize one UHPLC system for multiple users
  • Configure your 1290 Infinity II Multisampler with the dual-needle option – switch between applications using independent injection paths, for example, when sequentially measuring challenging matrices or when requiring sample clean-up

How it works


Technology


Specifications

Biocompatible · No
Bioinert · No
Column Capacity · 8 (up to 32 if clustering multiple MCTs)
Column ID Reader Option · Yes
Depth · 468 mm
Flow Range · up to 5 mL/min with G7120A and G7104A
Injection Range · 0.1-100 µL

· 0.1 to 1500 µL with Multi Draw Kit

Intelligent System Emulation Technology · Optional
Line Voltage · 100-240 VAC
Maximum Number of Solvents · up to 26 with two external solvent selection valves (recommended)
Maximum Number of Temperature Zones · 2 (up to 8 if clustering up to 4 MCTs)
Pump Type · Binary

· Flexible

Special Features · Blend Assist with G7104A
System Pressure Operating Range · up to 1300 bar
Width · 435 mm

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