Agilent 1260 Infinite LC systems
1260 Infinity Binary LC System
The 1260 Infinity Binary LC system costs no more than a typical HPLC system, but yields faster results with significantly higher data quality. Delivering a pressure of 600 bars, this system boasts flat baselines and impressive sensitivity for diode array detector analyses thanks to the superior gradient accuracy from high pressure mixing. Based on the highly successful 1200 Series Rapid Resolution LC System, we promise full backwards compatibility for your established HPLC and RRLC methods. The binary system supports a wide range of LC and LC/MS applications with any narrow and standard bore analytical column.
1260 Infinity Isocratic LC System
The Agilent 1260 Infinity Isocratic LC system is a workhorse for the demanding needs of QA/QC and other routine applications. Delivering high performance and low cost HPLC capabilities, the 1260 Isocratic system provides wide flow and power ranges and an 80 Hz UV detection data rate. The system has a robust, future-proof modular design making it an ideal starter solution with a sophisticated upgrade path. Full programming capability is provided and a variety of built-in self-test routines and test methods are included for effective maintenance. The unmatched ruggedness, reliability and numerous built-in productivity features deliver state-of-the-art hardware in a small footprint package.
1260 Infinity Quaternary LC System
Based on the most often sold quaternary HPLC system new levels of performance are brought to you. A pressure range of up to 600 bar with a flow rate up to 5 mL/min allows the use of almost any column – conventional, sub-2 µm-particle or superficially porous columns. A UV, fluorescence or ELSD detector provides the data rate required for high resolution separations or fast analyses to give you highest confidence in your analytical results. And most important, with full backwards compatibility for your established methods. Achieve better detection performance, higher resolutions, faster separations than ever before on a quaternary LC system – at an HPLC price.