Agilent 1260 Infinity Bin Pump STM column technology G1312B

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Description

The Agilent 1260 Infinity Binary Pump is designed for applications with RRHT 1.8 μm particle size column technology using columns with an inner diameter of 2.1 mm. In addition it is also ideally suited for standard HPLC using 4.6 and 3 mm id columns. Gradient formation is based on a high pressure mixing principle and delay volumes (standard or low) can be configured user-defined. The Agilent 1260 Infinity Binary Pump is the pump of choice for reproducible gradients and high performance, for high-throughput and fast separations including the use of STM column technology. It is ideal for applications where high speed and resolution with uncompromised data quality are mandatory.

Features:

  • Configurable delay volume down to 120 μL together with a flow range up to 5 mL/min provides universal applicability.
  • RRLC performance at HPLC price.
  • Fast and easy change from standard to low delay volume configuration.
  • High gradient performance even at low % B and narrow-bore flow rates.
  • Electronic damping control for low baseline noise.
  • Perfect choice for fast and precise gradients using LC/MS, as well as UV-only systems.
  • Fully exploits the speed and separation potential of ZORBAX Rapid Resolution HT.

Additional information

Weight 50 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 24 × 24 in
Make Agilent
Model G1312B
Serial DEACB11114
Manufacturing Date 11/2017
Working Working
Item Condition New other (see details)
Includes ALL cables (power and data)|User Manuals
Warranty 30-Day Warranty, 100% Parts and Labor
Voltage 120V/220V
Shipping Type UPS Ground

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