SMI-LabHut Launches Automated Solid Phase Extraction System

Date Posted: Thursday, April 26, 2007

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SMI-LabHut Ltd has announced the launch of HT400E autosampler that can automate manual Solid Phase Extraction procedures and automatically injects the sample into an HPLC system. This can allow increased work flow and removes the need for many repetitive tasks.

The HT400E can use up to 11 different solvents (4 as standard) to activate cartridges and wash and elute samples in up to 4 different fractions. It has separate valves for syringe washing and can also add reagents to the eluent before injection.

The high flow reproducibility and ‘zero dead volume’ plunger design ensure the best method for reproducibility and consistency.

Even complex methods can be automated, with samples extracted, treated further and then re-injected onto another SPE cartridge for further operations. The multiple position capability of the HT400E makes it flexible and compact with minimum bench space requirements.

A simple change of the sample tray and the HT400E becomes a fully functional HPLC autosampler for up to 110 samples.

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