Nexera Prep LC
Fraction purity checks (LH-40)
A fraction purity check can easily be performed with a single system. Purity checks can be performed without changing the fraction recovery container, so the workload is reduced and throughput is improved.
Sample rescue function prevents the loss of precious samples (LH-40, FRC-40)
Even if a problem occurs during preparative work, the sample remaining in the system can be recovered. By following the rescue instructions, the precious sample is recovered into the specified container rather than being discarded. Additionally, by using the optional waste collector, samples that cannot be recovered due to fractionation mistakes can be retained.
FRC-40, the highly flexible fraction collector
Accommodates up to 3,240 test tubes
Large-scale fractions of the order of one liter can be accommodated, in addition to 96 well MTPs and a variety of test tubes. Up to six units can be connected, allowing users to customize the unit to their capacity needs.
A variety of containers can be selected
The system is compatible with various capacity racks to suit the volume needs of almost any workflow, reducing the work involved in switching containers.
With its small installation footprint, up to nine MTP, standard vial racks, or test tube racks can be selected, contributing to the effective use of laboratory space.
The LH-40 liquid handler: a combination of autosampler and fraction collector
Provides both a sample injection function and a fraction collection function
A single unit can perform everything from sample injection to fraction recovery.
A proprietary injection method minimizes carryover, significantly limiting contamination to subsequent samples. (When a 4000 mg/L caffeine sample is injected, the carryover is 0.004 % or less.)
Capable of injection from a variety of containers
With its long needle stroke, the system is compatible with containers of varying depths, including microtiter plates (MTP), vials, test tubes, and sample bottles.