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Agilent 1100 Series G1364D Micro-FC

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Agilent 1100 Series G1364D Micro-FC
The G1364D is a micro fraction collector / spotter that forms a part of the Agilent 1100 HPLC system. It is used for for preparative scale applications as part of the complete high performance liquid chromatography system.

This item was removed from a manufacturing lab as surplus to requirements. It has applications labs with a focus in chromatography and mixture separation.

Technical Specifications

Delay volume: 0.25 µL with 25 µm capillary (typically), 1 µL with 50 µm capillary, 4 µL with 100 µm capillary
Fraction containers: 384 and 96 well-plate format (standard and conical shape),
Eppendorf safe-lock tubes (0.5, 1.5, 2.0 mL)
MALDI carriers: For Agilent, Applied Biosystems, Bruker and Micromass targets
Fraction capacity: 4 well-plates, 4 MALDI plates or 4 x 27 Eppendorf tubes
Maximum collector capacity: 2 micro fraction collectors/spotters in parallel with 2-position/6-port micro valve
Typical volumes for spotting: 100 – 5000 Nl
Spot frequency: < 0.33 (Hz)
Maximum system flow: 100 µL/min
Minimum fraction volumes: Typically 2 µL (depending on fraction collection container)
Trigger modes: Time and peak-based (threshold, up-/downslope, upper threshold and timetable), combination of different modes
Trigger source: Agilent 1200 Series MWD and DAD detectors, third-party detectors (require UIB)
Environment: 4 – 55 °C constant temperature, < 95% humidity (non-condensing)

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This equipment powers on but has not been tested further, though inspectors are welcome.



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