The Agilent 1100 LC System with Quaternary Pump & DAD is a modular system offering high speed, capacity and performance. The stackable HPLC components can be controlled via handheld controller or computer running ChemStation System. Single components are also available.
Programmable slit helps you explore the spectral landscape for faster sample characterization -focus on fine bands with narrow setting, or if higher sensitivity is required open up the programmable slit for more light throughput. A broad slit ensures lowest baseline noise and highest chromatographic signal-to-noise. Store and report slit settings, from 1 – 16 nm, together with your raw data for GLP traceability.
Convenient spectral storage and flexible viewing – easily overlaid spectra within a run or between runs.
More help for GLP -built-in leak and pressure test with graphical presentation of pressure profiles, and early maintenance feedback.
This Agilent 1100 LC System with Binary Pump & DAD comes fully tested and refurbished at GenTech Scientific.
Original Quality at Refurbished Prices! Our refurbished analytical instruments have been expertly restored to meet rigid industry standards. GenTech Scientific’s 60,000 square foot facility stocks an extensive multimillion-dollar inventory. Our knowledgeable sales and service team are committed to help you get the right instrument into your lab. Our commitment extends beyond the sale with our warranty and continued service options.
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How GenTech Refurbishes Used Lab Instruments
Every refurbished instrument we sell undergoes a complete electronics inspection and performance evaluation. The instruments undergo in-depth preventative maintenance procedures that include extensive cleaning, detector maintenance, line and pump flushing. Routine maintenance is also addressed and filters, liners, tubing, etc. are all replaced as needed. A full calibration and data verification is performed ensuring our refurbished laboratory instruments are in excellent working condition.
Our expert service engineers and chemists can install and custom-configure the system to be compliant with the methods you plan to run.