For use at temperatures ranging from 40°C to 250°C.
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The Elite-WAX ETR (Extended Temperature Range) columns are manufactured with a special bonding process that binds the Carbowax® polymer to the polar deactivated silica. This results in a low bleed WAX column that exhibits extended lifetimes even when repeatedly heated to 260 °C. The bonding mechanism of this column produces very stable polar retention that does not shift as often as observed with other WAXtype columns. Additionally, the bonding mechanism makes this column rugged enough to stand up to repeated water injections and allows solvent washing to rejuvenate the column. The Elite-WAX ETR can be used for a wide range of compounds and matrices such as: FAMEs, flavor compounds, essential oils, solvents, aromatics, acrolein/acrylonitrile (EPA 603), oxygenated compounds, impurities in water matrices and alcoholic beverages.
Features and Benefits:
|Film Thickness||0.25 µm|
|Inner Diameter||0.25 mm|
|Product Group||General Purpose Columns|
|Technology Type||Gas Chromatography (GC)|
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