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Next Advance Column Packers

Pack your own LC/MS Capillary Columns.

Pressure Injection Cells

These Column Packers ~ or Pressure Injection Cells as they are also called enable controlled dispensing of small-volume liquid samples. Using high pressure, the pressure injection cells have proved invaluable for two applications: densely packing nanobore capillary columns with solid-phase particles; and precisely infusing microliter samples directly from microcentrifuge tubes into mass spectrometers without additional transfers, wasted sample, or contact with metallic surfaces which adsorb some negatively charged molecules such as peptides with phospho or carboxy groups.

The Pressure Injection Cell holds 1 mL and 2 mL micro-centrifuge tubes as well as 12 x 32 mm glass vials in its central chamber (as shown at right). The assembly can be used on a typical magnetic stirrer, e.g. to keep particles in suspension. The Pressure Injection Cells accept various sample tubes, including 0.5 mL, 1.5 mL, and 2.0 mL microcentrifuge tubes and 12 mm diameter glass vials. The cell needs to be connected to a bottle/tank of compressed gas, such as Helium or Nitrogen. Packing capillary columns requires several hundred to about 1000 psi or sometimes more, and mass spectrometer injections typically require a few hundred psi. This unit is rated for a 2500 psi. 8500 psi units are available.

Products

Next Advance has been building column packers for many years and build a nice set of products around the packer. Below you find an overview of the different products and below that you find ancillary products like their Frit-Kit, allowing you to frit fused silica tubing to create columns.

PC77PC8500PC1000
Pressure Rating2500 psi 170 Bar8500 psi 580 Bar1000 psi 69 Bar




PC77

Pressure Injection Cell is rated for 2500 psi (170 Bar). Includes a three-way valve for convenience. Includes a hex wrench, a frit kit, 10 ferrules for standard 360 µm OD capillaries and operator manual.

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PC77-MAG

Pressure Injection Cell with integrated magnetic stir plate for keeping particles in suspension when packing capillaries. Also includes a 5x2mm stir bar, a hex wrench, frit kit, 10 ferrules for standard 360 µm OD capillaries and operator manual.

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PC8500

Pressure Injection Cell. High pressure version of PC77, rated for 8500 psi (580 Bar). Also includes a hex wrench, frit kit, 10 ferrules for standard 360 µm OD capillaries and operator manual.

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PC8500-MAG

PC8500-MAG similar to PC77-MAG, except with a 8500 psi rating. This model has an integrated magnetic stir plate for keeping particles in suspension when packing capillaries. Also includes stir bar, a hex wrench, a frit kit, 10 ferrules for standard 360 µm OD capillaries and operator manual.

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PC1000

The PC1000 has a transparent body, so you can see the level of packing suspension in the vial. Rated for 1000 psi. Includes an integrated magnetic stir plate, a frit kit, a hex wrench, 10 ferrules for standard 360 µm OD capillaries and operator manual.

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PC1000-MAG

The PC1000-MAG has a transparent body, so you can see the level of packing suspension in the vial. Rated for 1000 psi. Includes an integrated magnetic stir plate, a frit kit, a hex wrench, 10 ferrules for standard 360 µm OD capillaries and operator manual.

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Ancillary products

Item

FRIT-KIT

Description

Frit Kit: Kit to create frits in capillaries. Includes formamide, Kasil-1, Kasil-1624 and a cleaving tool.
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CAP-75

Fused Silica Capillary Tubing: Capillary for LC/MS columns, 75 um ID, 363 um ID, 10 meter length (1 roll).
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CTOOL1

Capillary Cleaving Tool: Ceramic tool for cleaving fused silica capillary.
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STRBR5X2

Stirbar: 5 x 2mm teflon coated magnetic stirbar.
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