New Products Launch at Pittcon 2015

New Products Launch at Pittcon 2015

March 09, 2015

Trajan Scientific and Medical has unveiled new SGE products at Pittcon 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

Unable to visit Trajan at Pittcon Booth #2129 from March 9 - 12?

Explore each new product page on the SGE website for more information:

MyCapLC™ Kit for Life Sciences
Customize CapLC for Your Application
• DIY capillary column packing, no special instrumentation required.
• Make the column that you want.
• Perfect for your life sciences analysis.

PEEKTite™ Ti-Lok EXP UHPLC Fittings
Uncomplicated and Reliable UHPLC Connections
• Finger tight nut and ferrule system designed for use with PEEKsil tubing.
• Holds up to 18,000 psi (1,240 bar).
• Compatible with any 6-32 and 6-40 port configuration.

 

ProteCol® Bio-Inert UHPLC Column Hardware
Smooth and Inert Glass Lining for Optimal UHPLC Bio Applications
• Improved column performance for bio applications.
• Designed for continuous use at 20,000 psi (1,379 bar).
• Demonstrate the performance of your phase.




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