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Integral Process Analyzers for HPLC

Integral™ systems provide a versatile and adaptable approach to on-line HPLC systems. An unsurpassed range of HPLC capabilities, including UHPLC and biocompatible systems, can be combined with configurable sampling and sample preparation systems and adaptable off-the-shelf industrial enclosure options. Configure solutions for the R&D lab, pilot plant, or production area, and migrate the methods easily through process development steps. This allows you to focus engineering resources on implementation, not on instrumentation design.

  • Integral sampling modules and enclosures can be configured with conventional UltiMate® 3000 systems or Rapid Separation LC (RSLC) UltiMate 3000 UHPLC systems, available in standard or biocompatible configurations. Dual systems are available for increased method flexibility and throughput.
  • The Integral Migration Path™ approach to on-line implementation means systems can be configured for bench-top process R&D studies, pilot plant or dedicated plant floor installations.
  • Versatile sampling and sample preparation capabilities provide support for system multiplexing and core functions such as dilutions, concentration, matrix elimination, and reagent addition.
  • Off-the-shelf enclosure options provide environmental protection and industrial compliance, when and where you need it.
  • Chromeleon® PA Process Analytical software provides system control, status, reporting, and connectivity with industrial control systems using industry standard OPC protocol.
  • Support for PAT systems is based on 25 years of experience in a wide range of industries worldwide.

Typical analyzers are configured with one or more HPLC systems, all analyzing the same sample in parallel. Each of these systems performs a specific HPLC analysis. Fast analysis times can be achieved with the UltiMate 3000 RSLC system.

An analyzer can be configured to handle from 1 to 21 sample streams. Sample streams are analyzed in series with the order and frequency determined by the user through software control.

Each system is configured with an appropriate analytical pump, detector, accessories, and set of analysis columns. These components are determined by the specific analysis being run on the system.