Liquid Chromatography

Improving ROI in liquid chromatography

Looking to calculating the financial benefit of replacing your current LC instrumentation? This white paper should help...

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BlogImage_InfinityIILCIn 2017, a new member of InfinityLab LC series – the Agilent 1260 Infinity II Prime LC was introduced. The 1260 Infinity II Prime LC provides high-end InfinityLab LC technology for routine analysis. In contrast to other LC instruments designed for routine analyses, typically with 400 or 600 bar pressure range, the 1260 Infinity II Prime LC allows operation in an extended pressure range up to 800 bar. The system combines the advantages of flexible quaternary solvent mixing with mixing performance that resembles a binary high pressure mixing pump. The system comes with features that automate daily tasks, such as BlendAssist to create consistent mobile phase mixing and an automatic purge function that can be started remotely. Furthermore, easy column exchange and sample logistics help reduce errors and prevent system downtime. The 1260 Infinity II Prime LC even provides Intelligent System Emulation Technology (ISET), which enables seamless method transfer to and from other LC systems. Reducing the tremendous effort required to revalidate methods transferred to a different generation or type of HPLC or UHPLC.

WhitePaperThumbThis White Paper illustrates how the new capabilities of the 1260 Infinity II Prime LC can sum up to over US$ 80,000 of incremental economic value per year compared with a conventional LC system. This economic value includes the following aspects:

  • reduced cost of operation
  • reduced downtime
  • more samples per day
  • the utilization of one system for many methods.

This White Paper can serve as a resource while calculating the financial benefit of replacing your current instrumentation with 1260 Infinity II Prime LC.

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