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SFC Asia 2017

Green Chemistry Group's International Conference on Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

SiliCycle attends SFC 2017 in Osaka (Japan)
July 12 - 14, 2017

Senri Life Science Center,
Osaka,
Japan

 

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SiliCycle E-PAK: Extend your SFC column life by removing heavy metals that can clog inlet frits
E-PAK
Extend your SFC column life by removing heavy metals that can clog inlet frits

SiliCycle presents a new technology to increase column life by reducing heavy metals that clog inlet frits on SFC and HPLC columns.
  • Remove heavy metals and color from your crude sample without loss of API
  • Simple to use cartridge system
  • Two scavengers (SiliaMetS Thiol and DMT) remove Ag, Cd, Co, Cu, Fe, Hg, Ir, Ni, Os, Pb, Pd, Pt, Rh, Ru, Sc, Sn, Zn
  • Carbon cartridges also available
  • Reusable for non-GMP work

Read more:
> E-PAK Cartridges

For more information about SiliaMetS E-PAK Cartridges you can contact us: scavengers@silicycle.com
 

 

More about SiliCycle

At SiliCycle, we are at the forefront of the chromatography industry, owing to the extraordinary purity of our silica gels and polymeric sorbents, combined with our capacity to rapidly adapt our products to meet the specific requirements of scientists worldwide.

We offer a wide variety of first-rate UltraPure products. Our automated manufacturing process, which includes acid washing and multiple analyses, is continuously optimized to ensure high purity and a low percentage of fine particles, thereby guaranteeing optimal performance. With our multi-ton manufacturing capacity, we are your partner of choice for all your analysis, metal removal, catalysis, synthesis, and purification requirements.

We lead the way in offering innovative products such as:

 

SFC Asia

Green Chemistry Group

The Green Chemistry Group, organizers of the SFC conferences, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of environmentally sustainable chemical research and development throughout the world.

Read more: http://www.greenchemistrygroup.org