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Autosampler Solutions From Cecil Instruments

Cecil Instruments' AutoQuest autosampler range are designed to be used with the Cecil IonQuest ion chromatography, Adept HPLC and Q-Adept HPLC analysis systems, but may be easily integrated with LC systems from other manufacturers.

Cecil's compact, reliable and clean solutions represent a revolution in the technology; business as usual for Cecil Instruments.

These reliable products are available in your choice of 50 or 100 sample positions and offer ultra low carryover, priority sampling, replicate injections and ultra high precision injection. They are capable of handling sample volumes of 5 µL to 2 mL. The ultra low carryover allows maximum efficiency in sampling for trace residue analysis, contaminant levels and determining impurity levels.

The AutoQest autosamplers are easy to control and use with standalone keys or PC based control. They are designed to work seamlessly with Cecil chromatography systems to provide quick, accurate measurements and the ultimate in user friendliness.

The modular design and versatility of the AutoQuest range allow for the accommodation of various detectors to meet a wide range of analytical requirements. The AutoQuest autosampler line can work with variable wavelength UV/visible detectors (including the WaveQuest UV/visible detector), refractive index, conductivity, electrochemical and fluorescence. All Cecil Instruments detectors are made to the most exacting industry specifications and feature Cecil's famed Ultra-Low Drift technology.

Adept HPLC, Q-Adept HPLC and IonQuest ion chromatography systems are all made with the goal of being easy for the user to install, configure and implement – these systems are as close to plug and play as they come. 21 CFR part 11 compliance is simple with Cecil's comprehensive, easy to use and versatile PowerStream software. With so much attention to user friendly design, reliability and accurate results, the AutoQuest autosampler line is the very best value on the market.

Date added: 2015-05-25 12:53:24