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GE Healthcare HiPrep™ HIC FF 16/10 Columns

Produce fast, preparative separation of proteins and other biomolecules. GE Healthcare Life Sciences™ HiPrep™ HIC FF 16/10 Columns are high capacity with excellent flow properties, and reliable, reproducible separations.

Brand:  GE Healthcare 28-9365-47

UNSPSC : 41116104

Code : GE

Additional Details : Weight : 0.50000kg

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Product Code. 10054334

  • £400.00 / Each


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Specifications

Description

The 20mL HIC columns provide fast, preparative separation of proteins and other biomolecules. They are ready-to-use with four media choices: Phenyl Sepharose 6 Fast Flow (high sub); Phenyl Sepharose 6 Fast Flow (low sub); Butyl Sepharose 4 Fast Flow; and Octyl Sepharose 4 Fast Flow.

Features:

  • Offer high capacity, excellent flow properties and reliable, reproducible separations
  • Compatible with simple pump-based configurations or chromatography systems (e.g., AKTA)

Specifications (H2O at room temp.)

  • Dimensions: 1.6 x 10cm
  • Recommended flowrate: 2-10mL/min. (60-300cm/h)
  • Maximum flowrate: 10mL/min. (300cm/hr.)
  • Max. pressure over packed bed: 1.5bar (22psi, 0.15MPa)
  • Column hardware pressure limit: 5bar (73psi, 0.5MPa)
  • Storage: 20% ethanol
  • Storage temperature: 4° to 30°C

Description & Specifications

Specifications

1M NaOH, 30% Isopropanol, 70% Ethanol, 6M Guanidine Hydrochloride, 30% Aceto nitrile, 1mM HCl
16mm
1 x 20mL
100mm
Polypropylene
5 bar
45 to 165μm
4° to 30°C
20mL
HiPrep Butyl Sepharose 4 FF (high sub) column
Provide fast, preparative separation of Proteins and other biomolecules by hydrophobic interaction chromato graphy (HIC), initial and intermediate purification, removing bulk impurities
>300cm/hr.
Butyl
3 to 13
4% Cross-linked Agarose