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IC and Reagent-Free IC Modules

The IC product family includes an extensive set of fully inert, PEEK*-based modules engineered for high performance, ease-of-use, and reliability. We offer a wide variety of autosamplers, injectors, pumps, thermostatted column compartments, and detectors with reliable, precise, and accurate operation. Whether you require a dedicated system or modularity for flexible applications, all components are integrated and single-point controlled through Thermo Scientific Dionex Chromeleon software or easy-to-use TTL control.

  • Automated eluent generation for simplicity and reliability
  • Single and dual isocratic and gradient pumps
  • Autosamplers from basic to state-of-the-art automation and high-volume sample prep
  • Column and detector compartments that integrate thermal control with sample prep and injection
  • High performance detectors, including conductivity, electrochemical, optical, and MS

Note: See the Mass Spectrometry section for MS detectors.

Dionex IC Cube

At the heart of the Thermo Scientific Dionex capillary IC systems is the Dionex IC Cube. The Dionex IC Cube cartridge integrates all the capillary consumables used in the capillary system into one, convenient, easy-to-use package.

IC and RFIC Pumps

Completely inert, robust pump design capable of incredible accuracy and precision.

IC and RFIC Eluent Generation Modules

Eluent Generation is a part of RFIC and empowers laboratories to automatically generate high purity eluents.

IC and RFIC Autosamplers and Injectors

State-of-the-art automation and sample care with the advanced-performance AS-AP, high-volume AS-HV, and economical AS-DV autosamplers.

IC and RFIC Column Compartments

IC and RFIC column compartments and column thermostats for high retention time stability.

IC and RFIC Detectors

Conductivity; electrochemical; and single wavelength, multiple wavelength, and photodiode array optical absorbance detectors.

Postcolumn Reaction Systems

Postcolumn derivatization can be used to extend the detection limits of ions that would otherwise exhibit limited sensitivity.