PC-1000 Transparent Capillary Loader PC-1000
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The Pressure Injection Cell enables controlled dispensing of small-volume liquid samples. Using high pressure, the pressure injection cell has proved invaluable for two applications: densely packing nanobore capillary columns with solid-phase particles; and precisely infusing microliter samples directly from microcentrifuge tubes into mass spectrometers without additional transfers, wasted sample, or contact with metallic surfaces which adsorb some negatively charged molecules such as peptides with phospho or carboxy groups. The Pressure Injection Cell holds 1 mL and 2 mL micro-centrifuge tubes as well as 12 x 32 mm glass vials in its central chamber (as shown at right). The assembly can be used on a typical magnetic stirrer, e.g. to keep particles in suspension. The cell needs to be connected to a bottle/tank of compressed gas, such as Helium or Nitrogen. Packing capillary columns requires several hundred to about 1000 psi or sometimes more, and mass spectrometer injections typically require a few hundred psi. This unit is rated for a 2500 psi. 8500 psi units are available. The Pressure Injection Cells accept various sample tubes, including 0.5 mL, 1.5 mL, and 2.0 mL microcentrifuge tubes and 12 mm diameter glass vials. Pack your own HPLC capillary columns Why pay hundreds of dollars per packed capillary column for HPLC? You can pack the columns, of various internal diameters, yourself. The Pressure Injection Cell comes with instructions on how to pack columns and is available as a stand alone unit (with 9 extra ferrules), or as a complete kit with ferrules, 1/8 stainless steel tubing, a spool of capillary, a cleaving tool, and a frit assembly, or as a partial kit. Load samples into mass spectrometers With the Pressure Injection Cell, load your sample into a mass spectrometer directly from a microcentrifuge or Eppendorf tube and avoid transfer loss. There is no contact with metallic surfaces which would adsorb negatively charged molecules. > High Quality The Pressure Injection Cell is made with the finest methods and components, thereby enabling you to acquire very accurate data. The high quality stainless steel fittings and valve are made by Swagelok. The body and cap of the pressure chamber are nickel coated. Special features not found elsewhere include a recess in the cap to allow easy access to the sample tube and a hexagonal shape to help align the cap to the body. > Reliable The Pressure Injection Cell's simple, rugged design and the use of top components ensure years of trouble free use and quality performance. > High Value The simple and reliable product design, efficient manufacturing, internet marketing, and our low overhead enable us to sell the Pressure Injection Cells at a price almost 50% less than competitors charge. We don't skimp on quality; we make the best product available. However, we do pass the savings along to our customers. > Risk Free The Pressure Injection Cell comes with a 30 day money back guarantee and a 2 year warranty. Features Easy sample tube removal since the tube protrudes above the bottom section of the pressure injection cell. O-ring seal at interface ensures no leakage. Rated for 2500 psi (17,000 kPa), ideal for consistent results with bottled gas. Available in 8500 psi (56,000 kPa) version Includes a 3-way valve for easy switching between pressurization and release of pressure 3 bolts tightly clamp the top section to the bottom. Holds 0.5 to 2 ml microcentrifuge/Eppendorf tubes and 12 x 32 mm (glass) vials. Includes operator's manual; 10 reusable ferrules for typical (380 µm outside diameter) capillaries (other ferrules are available); and 1.5 mL of Kasil and 0.5 mL of formamide and a cleaving tool for making your own frits. Available with integrated magnetic stirplate. Warranty: 2 years parts and labor.
List price: $1,935.00