EquipmentMetrologyAgilent 1100 Series Automatic Fraction Collector G1364A

Agilent 1100 Series Automatic Fraction Collector G1364A



STOCK REF#: J160


Agilent 1100 Series Automatic Fraction Collector G1364A
 
 System specifications include:
•Trigger modes: Time slices, Peak (threshold, up- / downslope), Timetable, Manual trigger
•Operating modes: Discrete fractions:default mode for all vessels. The flow is diverted to waste, while moving from one vessel position to the next vessel position.
•Continuous flow: Optional available only when using the deep well plates. It is possible to move from one well plate position to the next one without diverting the flow into the well plates to waste.
•Needle into location: Needle pushes into the vessel as deep as specified, for the use with capped vials and test tubes and well plates with closing mats.
•Max. tube/plate height: 48 mm.
•Max. tube volume: ca. 20 ml or unlimited, if funnels are used with external containers.
•Max. flow rate: 10 ml/min (depending on viscosity and generated back pressure, max 6 bar at the diverter valve).
•Safety features: Leak detection and safe leak handling, error detection and display, exhaust fan for fume extraction of hazardous vapors.
 
Sold as not working for spares/repair only
 
Serial# DE23900740
DIMS 44cm (D) x 35cm (W) x 20cm (H)
PDF Manual
 
Also see our stock ref J161 (1100 Series ALSTherm Sample Chiller G1330B)

 

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