The ideal solution for 96 well Solid Phase Extraction, the Zephyr G3® SPE Workstation is a simple and efficient, yet powerful tool for automating the critical steps required in SPE and is designed to specifically meet the needs of clinical research, forensic, and pharmaceutical/biotech laboratories.
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Advanced analytical tools such as mass spectrometry are meeting the increasing demand for greater speed, sensitivity and specificity in toxicological screening. However, conventional sample preparation methods have not kept pace, in particular, solid phase extraction (SPE). SPE is an essential step in the analysis of many biomolecules and has become a throughput limiting bottleneck in many laboratories.
Zephyr G3 SPE Workstation is a powerful workstation dedicated specifically for high throughput SPE. Designed to simultaneously process 96 samples with it’s 96 channel high volume head, the Zephyr G3 SPE workstation can process one plate in approximately 30 minutes.
The Zephyr G3 SPE Workstation eliminates bottlenecks, so that your lab can realize the full benefits of today’s powerful and costly-analytical instruments. The Zephyr G3 SPE workstation automatically checks for clogs at each process step. Zephyr G3 SPE methods offer total portability and can be easily transferred from one workstation to another, or from one site to another. Critical steps needed to perform SPE include:
The Zephyr G3 SPE Workstation is a simple and efficient, yet powerful tool for automating the critical steps required in SPE and is designed to specifically meet the needs of clinical research, forensic, and pharmaceutical/biotech laboratories.
Disclaimer: Research Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
|21 CFR Part 11 Compatible||No|
|Product Brand Name||Zephyr|
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|Flyer||Sciclone & Zephyr Workstations Accessory Flyer||PDF 990 KB|
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