5-micron particle added to Kinetex range
The larger particle size is hoped to deliver improved performance for HPLC and preparative LC.
Phenomenex has added a 5-micron particle to its Kinetex core-shell product line.
As the largest diameter particle in the family, Kinetex 5-micron core-shell columns claims to deliver better performance than 3- or 5-micron fully porous offerings, with no increase in backpressure.
With traditional, fully porous particles, efficiency decreases as flow rate increases, resulting in loss of resolution and sensitivity, which slow the overall analysis time.
The new 5-micron media provides 90 percent higher average efficiencies compared to the same size fully porous columns.
With the current range of available particle sizes, including 1.3-, 1.7- and 2.6-micron, the same method can be transferred from UHPLC to HPLC to Preparative LC with Kinetex Core-Shell Technology.
For customers interested in small-scale preparative purifications, Kinetex 5-micron is available in Phenomenex’s Axia preparative hardware technology.
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