Agilent 1200 Isocratic Pump (G1310A)

Two Year Warranty Available

Manufacturer: Agilent Technologies

Includes:

  • Agilent 1200 Isocratic Pump (G1310A)
  • CAN Cable
  • Manual
  • One (1) Year In-House Warranty

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  • Two (2) Year In-House Warranty Available
  • Installation & Familiarization

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Item#: 11469
Model: G1310A
Condition: Refurbished

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Agilent 1200 Isocratic Pump (G1310A)

The isocratic pump comprises a pump assembly and a damping unit. Degassing is not included but a vacuum degasser is available as a separate product for applications that require best flow stability especially at low flow rates or highest detector sensitivity. This is most likely required to run small internal diameter columns (2 mm and 1 mm i.d.) which require low flow rates. A solvent cabinet provides enough space for up to four one liter bottles. An active seal wash (optional) is available when the pump is used with concentrated buffer solutions

This Agilent 1200 Series Isocratic Pump G1310A comes fully tested and refurbished from GenTech Scientific.

Features:

  • Hydraulic System: Dual piston in series pump with proprietary servo-controlled variable stroke drive, floating pistons and active inlet valve
  • Setable Flow Range: 0.001 – 10 ml/min, in 0.001 ml/min increments
  • Flow Range: 0.2 – 10.0 ml/min
  • Flow Precision: <= 0.07 % RSD, or <= 0.02 min SD whatever is greater, based on retention time at constant room temperature
  • Pressure: Operating range 0 – 40 MPa (0 – 400 bar, 0 – 5880 psi) up to 5 ml/min
  • Operating range 0 – 20 MPa (0 – 200 bar, 0 – 2950 psi) up to 10 ml/min
  • Pressure Pulsation: < 2 % amplitude (typically < 1 %), at 1 ml/min isopropanol, at all pressures > 10 bar (147 psi)
  • Compressibility Compensation: User-selectable, based on mobile phase compressibility
  • Recommended pH Range: 1.0 – 12.5, solvents with pH < 2.3 should not contain acids which attack stainless steel