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Dionex launches AFC-3000 Automated Fraction Collector

9th December 2009

Dionex has introduced its latest product to the scientific instruments market – the AFC-3000 Automated Fraction Collector.

The product is a reliable and highly flexible fraction collector, according to the firm, which is ideal for preparative reversed-phase or normal-phase HPLC, as well as purification of proteins, peptides and nucleic acids.

It also manages analytical and semi-preparative to preparative flow rates, collecting fractions into a variety of commonly used sample formats.

These include 96-well plates for small volumes, to bottles for large volume fraction collection.

Additionally, the organisation points out, the AFC-3000 is resistant to solvents, buffers, acids and bases and can be equipped with an optional grounded drop former for safe operation using normal-phase eluents.

In other Dionex news, the firm revealed last month that its ASE 200 instrument has been used by seven organisations to extract phthalates from 27 different types of plastic shoes.

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