Preparative Purification Liquid Chromatograph
- Easy optimization of preparative parameters and scale up
Fractionation simulation for rapid setup of collection logic Column line-up for scale-up from analytical to preparative
- Time- and energy-saving by automation of the purification workflow
Collection of target components at high purity by automated desalting
- Expandable to suit the sample/fraction number and volume
Choose from a wide range of options for recovery scale and analytical detection Problems are resolved simply, to accommodate a variety of needs.
Nexera, Open Solution, Shim-pack Scepter, LabSolutions and Purication Solution are trademarks of Shimadzu Corporation or its affiliated companies in Japan and/or other countries.
Using the Nexera™ Prep system saves on labor when scaling up from the development of analytical conditions to the conditions for preparative work.
The Shimadzu UFPLC, Ultra Fast Preparative and Purification Liquid Chromatograph significantly reduces the cost and labor involved in preparative purification. Additionally, the system not only performs purification of target components, but can also recover impurities with high yield enabling direct impurity analysis.
With LH-40 and FRC-40 able to perform signal-based logic and collection on up to four signal channels, not having a chromophore is not a limitation. Nexera Prep can use LCMS, RID, and ELSD to detect and/or identify targets for purification.
Open Solution is open access software that not only streamlines preparative purification operations, but also supports multi-user operation of preparative systems.
By repeatedly cycling the sample through the column, the target component can be resolved and recovered from coeluting species or impurities without the need for longer or multiple columns.
The solvent delivery unit and fraction collector can be selected to suit the recovery volume. Sample introduction and reinjection options cover a wide range of uses. Additionally, the Shim-pack™ Scepter columns feature excellent scalability from analytical to preparative separations with a variety of phases for different applications.
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