GalChimia is known by its services in the field of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, but that work relies also on an efficient, well equipped analytical department supporting the work in the lab. We extend that support to our clients providing them with a broad array of HPLC techniques, including chiral and preparative LC. See here more information about our capabilities on analytical and preparative HPLC.
Besides our services focused on Synthetic Organic Chemistry, we support our clients offering them a range of analytical services, from HPLC to NMR spectroscopy. This time, we want to show you our HPLC equipment, offering analytical and preparative solutions including chiral HPLC. We can develop new LC methods for your products or separate them. If you do not see what you are looking for, do not hesitate to ask us. We are always willing to help our clients!
Our current HPLC equipment includes:
Alliance HT 2795
Detector PDA 2996
Detector Micromass ZQ 2000 (Single Quadrupole)
Waters Analytical/Semipreparative HPLC
Controller and pump W600
Detector PDA 2996
Inyector 717 plus Autosampler
Fraction Collector II
Dionex Analytical/Preparative HPLC
UltiMate 3000 Pump (with degassifier)
Detector DAD UltiMate 3000 Diode
UltiMate 3000 Autosampler
In the tables below, you will see our extensive range of columns,both analytical and preparative, in normal and reverse phase:
Kromasil 100Å C18
XTerra MS C18
Atlantis HILIC Silica
Chiral normal phase
SunFire Prep C18 OBD
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