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There is increasing demand for improved workflow efficiency and a more flexible working style. Ideas about LC analysis are changing. The new analytical environment should allow for remote operation and consistent results across a range of instrument users. The new, integrated i-Series (U)HPLC systems build on the excellence of Shimadzu’s previous models, meeting the demands of an increasingly varied range of users, locations, and approaches to analysis while always delivering highly reliable analytical results.
The i-Series Mobile Phase Monitor uses real-time, measurement of the solvents and warns you if you don’t have enough to complete the batch.
HPLC columns of all types can be damaged by sudden pump starts and stops as well as extreme gradient changes.
The i-Series now uses Smart Flow Control, ramping the flow rate gradually to the set point according to the status of the column oven.
i-PDeA II makes the deconvolution of peaks simple and automatic. The result is a virtual separation that can be used for quantitative determinations.
The user interface replicates system flow channels and is used to visually check the operating status of the system. Method editing can also be performed from the same screen. With its LCD touch screen and intuitive design, even users who are completely new to liquid chromatography can navigate controls with minimal training.
The new, integrated i-Series LC system keeps the excellent performance of its predecessor but also addresses the demands of an increasingly varied range of users, locations, and approaches to analysis while always delivering highly reliable analytical results.
Experience a new approach to analysis activities with the new i-Series. Times now call for an analytical environment that can deliver identical results regardless of whether the analyst is present in the laboratory or familiar with the operating procedures, as long as the analyst performs the same operations and data analysis.