Waters nanoAcquity UPLC


  • Waters nanoAcquity Front End
    • nanoAcquity Binary Solvent Manager
    • nanoAcquity Sample Manager
    • Single Column Oven
  • In-House Warranty Coverage


  • Workbench – Browse
  • Module Customization
  • Installation & Familiarization
  • Extended Warranty

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Item#: 11749
Model: nanoAcquity
Condition: Tested
Manufacturer: Waters

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Waters nanoAcquity UPLC

Compound identification with spectral confidence

  • Work at higher efficiencies with a much wider range of linear velocities, flow rates, and backpressures
  • Higher flow rates and increased throughput result in superior resolution and sensitivity
  • Eliminate significant time and cost per sample, while improving quality of results
  • Benefit from Waters’ patented sub-2-μm hybrid particle chemistry

Waters nanoAcquity Binary Solvent Manager

The Waters nanoAcquity UPLC Binary Solvent Manager delivers solvent compositions for binary gradient methods at flow rates of 0.01 to 2.0 mL per minute. The binary solvent manager's two pump channels permit quick solvent changeovers at a flow rate of 4.0 mL per minute. Low-volume degasser channels (480 µL internal volume), automated solvent-selection valves, and an automated vent valve make the quick changeovers possible. The Solvents Tray accommodates up to four chromatographic solvents, two Sample Manager wash solvents and one Binary Solvent Manager Seal wash solvent


  • In-line filters upstream of a primary check valve
  • Waters Intelligent Intake Valve
  • Automated priming functions
  • Enhanced precision and sensitivity
  • Simplified troubleshooting and streamlined operation

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