Fused Silica Capillary
midpolarity Crossbond phase Low-bleed, high-thermal stability column —maximum temperatures up to 300 –320 °C. Inert —excellent peak shape for a wide range of compounds. Selective —G43 phase highly selective for volatile organics and residual solvents, great choice for USP <467 >. Manufactured for column-to-column reproducibility —well suited for validated methods.
High-polarity, stable polyethylene glycol (PEG) stationary phase. Low bleed and rugged enough to withstand repeated temperature cycles without retention time shifting. Ideal for food, flavor, fragrance, and industrial chemical and solvent analysis. Temperature range: 40 °C to 250/260 °C. Equivalent to USP G14, G15, G16, G20, and G39 phases.
midpolarity Crossbond phase Highest thermal stability in the industry ensures dependable, accurate MS results and increased uptime. Stabilized cyano phase selectivity improves the performance of existing methods. Ideal for solvents, glycols, and other polar compounds. Rigorous QC testing ensures inertness and accurate, reliable data for multiple compound classes. Maximum temperature: 320 °C. Crossbond diphenyl dimethyl polysiloxane Application-specific columns for residual solvents in pharmaceutical products. Analytical column with Integra-Guard guard column eliminates connecting problems and leaks. Rtx-G27 stable to 290 °C. Crossbond cyanopropylmethyl phenylmethyl polysiloxane Application-specific columns for residual solvents in pharmaceutical products. Meet all requirements of USP <467 >. Analytical column with Integra-Guard guard column eliminates connecting problems and leaks. Rtx-G43 stable to 240 °C. low- to midpolarity phase General-purpose columns for residual solvents, alcohols, oxygenates, and volatile organic compounds. Equivalent to USP G43 phase. low- to midpolarity phase Application-specific columns for volatile organic pollutants. Recommended in U.S. EPA methods for volatile organic pollutants. Temperature range: -20 °C to 240 °C. Equivalent to USP G43 phase.