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x2 Dual LC Solutions

UltiMate® 3000 x2 Dual LC systems provide the functionality of two systems in one footprint. The Chromeleon® Chromatography Data System provides the means to automatically switch between applications—for the productivity of two systems in the time and effort of running one.

The dual LC system tandem analysis provides a method to shorten run times, utilizing the power of off-line column regeneration and making it possible to automate switching analytical methods—even if different columns and mobile phases are used.

Automated Application Switching for Improved HPLC System Utilization

The UltiMate® 3000 x2 Dual LC system makes it possible to automate switching from one analytical method to another, even if different columns and mobile phases are used. This technique saves the time that would be spent on changing mobile phase and column, and flushing and equilibrating the system for the new eluent composition.

Automated On-Line SPE-LC for HPLC Sample Preparation and Automation

Solid-phase extraction (SPE) is often used to isolate analytes of interest from complex matrices. The UltiMate® 3000 x2 Dual LC system provides the technology for fully automated on-line SPE.

Inverse Gradient for Uniform Response

The Inverse Gradient technique provides the benefit of uniform response for the Thermo Scientific Dionex Corona ultra detector even under gradient elution. Universal calibration and semi-quantitative analysis without standards becomes a practical reality with the Thermo Scientific Dionex UltiMate 3000 x2 Dual LC systems and Inverse Gradient for Uniform Response.

Parallel Analyses for HPLC High Throughput

Increase sample throughput without the added time, effort, and cost of multiple LC instruments, method redevelopment and revalidation. UltiMate® 3000 x2 Dual LC systems provide the functionality of two systems in one footprint.

Tandem Analyses for HPLC High Throughput

Tandem analysis provides another way to shorten your run times, utilizing the power of off-line column regeneration.