Your Lab. Your LC.
What’s the right quaternary LC for your analysis?
0.010 to 10.000 mL/min
1 fluid path
≥4.6 mm optimal column I.D.
The time-tested, reliable workhorse for your HPLC separations – that isn’t going away any time soon.
HPLC and UHPLC
Routine analysis | QA/QC
0.001 to 5.000 mL/min
2 fluid paths
2.1-4.6 mm optimal column I.D.
A versatile LC platform for laboratories in need of a solution to replicate or improve HPLC methods.
HPLC, UHPLC, and UPLC
Routine analysis | Complex samples
0.001 to 2.200 mL/min
Optical detection | ACQUITY QDa
Inlet to MS
1-3 mm optimal column I.D.
Run true UPLC separations with the flexibility of quaternary solvent management.
Let’s talk about finding the LC that’s right for your lab.
What truly defines separation performance?
Lower system dispersion means better performance.
To truly take advantage of the separation power of your LC column, you need a system designed to match its performance.
The result? A better separation.
Consider the entire cost of your assets.
Upfront cost is one consideration. But the savings in solvent use, run time, and power consumption can be drastic in considering your total cost of ownership over the lifetime of your LC.
Consider your cost of ownership…
…by considering your cost of analysis.
Always get the same results – no matter the year, no matter the system.
Easily replicate your HPLC methods from any LC system. At the same conditions. With the same column.
Agilent LC System
Run your HPLC and UHPLC methods today. Transition to more efficient UPLC separations when you’re ready.