Macherey-Nagel™ CHROMABOND™ XTR Polypropylene SPE Columns

Designed for consistently high quality from batch to batch. Macherey-Nagel™ CHROMABOND™ XTR Polypropylene SPE Columns include Kieselguhr phase for liquid-liquid extractions. Columns feature a large pore size and high pore volume for use with highly viscous aqueous solutions. Volumes from 1–45mL.

Brand: Macherey-Nagel™

Manufacturer Part Number: 730489

UNSPSC: 41115712

Code: 50

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.01000kg

Alerts: Eluents with too high alcohol contents cause an increase in volume of the aqueous phase on the CHROMABOND™ XTR. Here the column could be overloaded and the aqueous phase displaced from the column. In this case, a greater capacity column should be used.

Product Code. 10216281

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Description and Specification


Product Type Chromabond® XTR Column
Adsorbent Weight 3g
Column Type Polypropylene
Column Capacity (Metric) 15mL
Base Material Coarse-Grained Kieselguhr
For Use With (Application) For Liquid-Liquid Extraction
Sorbent Chromabond® XTR
Support Material Coarse-Grained Kieselguhr

Polypropylene SPE columns with a base material of coarse-grained kieselguhr (also known as diatomaceous earth, hydromatrix, celite), with a large pore size and high pore volume. The pH value of aqueous solutions can be altered on the column, from 1–13, which enables elution of different compounds of a sample under optimized conditions.

For liquid-liquid extraction of highly viscous aqueous solutions without use of a separation funnel. Columns feature high water loadability without breakthrough during elution with organic solvents. They are also suited for removing small amounts of water from solvents which are not miscible with water. 

  • Physiological fluids (blood, plasma, and serum) in clinical chemistry
  • Dyes in textiles
  • Environmental and food analysis


  • Fast, reproducible and economical
  • Simultaneous preparation of several samples
  • No problems with phase separation—no formation of emulsions
  • High recovery rates
  • Saving of time and solvents
  • Organic solutions do not need to be dried after separation