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CHROMATOGRAPHY 35


CHROMATOGRAPHY industry update


Jaine Weddell reports on the latest developments in chromatography solutions


W


ith today’s labs demanding faster and more


reliable devices that can be used by technicians without specialised training, simple set-up, ease of use and low maintenance are becoming key requirements across the fi eld of chromatography.


In the area of gas


chromatography (GC), the Agilent Intuvo-9000 was designed with these requirements in mind. T e Intuvo’s trim-free column eliminates retention time shifts due to column trimming maintenance and the device can automatically identify installed


components in order to self- confi gure, making operations such as mid-column backfl ush routine.


Agilent says the Intuvo’s biggest innovation is its guard-chip technology, which decreases the risk of complex matrices depositing heavy materials onto the


The Agilent Intuvo-9000 was designed with customer input


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