EKSIGENT 920 Autosampler w/ NanoLC 2D HPLC System

SKU: 3348647


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The NanoLC-2D System is the first HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography) system to incorporate fully automated 2-dimensional HPLC separations with a direct pumping nanoscale HPLC system. The system provides significant enhancements in detection sensitivity and reproducibility for LC/MS proteomics studies, with the added convenience of automatically running 2-dimensional peptide separations, such as the frequently cited MudPIT method.


Manufacture Specifications


flow rate range

  • First dimension: 1-20 µL/min
  • Second dimension: 20-1000 nL/min

pump type
Microfluidic direct pumping system with independent flow control feedback for each mobile phase Retention time RSD < 0.5% at 500 nL/min.

gradient formation
High-pressure gradient mixing; no flow splitting

delay volume

  • First dimension: 300 nL from mixer to column
  • Low-flow dimension: 65 nL from mixer to column

delay time
< 25 sec at 500 nL/min

mobile phase compatibility
All mobile phases compatible with 316 stainless steel, PEEK, and silica

Standard, metered and rapid injection modes

injection volume
200-50 µL; option for larger sample volumes available


  • First dimension: optimized for use with 300-500 µm i.d. traps or columns (5 cm)
  • Second dimension: 50-150 µm i.d. columns, 5-15 cm in length

Additional information

Weight 160 lbs
Dimensions 31 × 28 × 36 in
Make Eksigent
Model NanoLC-2D, 920
Serial 04-01-05-116,50063
Manufacturing Date 10/2005
Working Working
Item Condition Used
Includes Power Cord
Warranty 30-Day Warranty, 100% Parts and Labor
Voltage 250V
hertz 50Hz/60Hz
Shipping Type Freight


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