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SFC – Preparative Supercritical Fluid Chromatography made easy
Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) offers strong advantages over traditional HPLC methods in the right applications, for example purification of chiral compounds, especially at scale using Prep SFC. Instruments for this purpose, however, have not always been accessible to many labs due to process complexities and the level of expertise required to operate SFC systems. Teledyne ISCO has overcome these challenges by applying our long-term experience in preparative scale purification and process automation. Innovative engineering and design of the new ACCQPrep SFC radically expands the accessibility of this technology to any and all labs involved in high purity preparative purifications.
Josh Lovell, Applications Specialist, and Todd Anderson, Global Chromatography Specialist, both of whom are responsible for helping Teledyne ISCO customers solve challenging problems in analytical, flash, and preparatory chromatography applications.
- Speed, productivity, cost, and environmental impact advantages of Prep SFC
- Overview of Teledyne ISCO’s new ACCQPrep SFC system and comparison to competitive systems
- How PeakTrak software makes Prep SFC simpler, easier, and highly accessible
- Switch between stacked injection and open-bed fraction collection
- Optional autosampler/fraction collector
- Compact design with smallest available footprint reduces SFC lab bench space
- Unique gas-liquid separator (GLS) technology for maximum sample recovery
- Ease of installation, operation, and maintenance; shorter, faster learning curve
From this 45-minute presentation plus interactive Q&A session, attendees will become fully oriented to the capabilities and key advantages of the ACCQPrep SFC system and its intended applications. Also learn how to access Teledyne ISCO’s chromatography support team at any time for assistance with Prep SFC instrument operation and methods.