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A dedicated solution for large bio-molecule analysis. The design of new metal-free components in the sample flow-path and the absence of iron and steel in solvent delivery ensures the integrity of bio-molecules, minimizes unwanted surface interactions, and increases column lifetime.
Features of the Agilent 1260 Infinity II Bio-inert LC
• Reliable analysis of biological samples – the metal-free sample flow path at
600 bar means that none of your precious samples touches metal surfaces
and minimizes unwanted surface interactions while increasing column
• Instrument variety – Inert flow-cells for UV and fluorescence detection
and inert solvent and column selection valves for
• Increased flexibility – with high salt tolerance (2 M) and wide pH range
(1–13, short-term 14).
• Increased adjustability – flow rates up to 10 mL/min enable power ranges
from lowest pressure for traditional biopurification columns up to high
pressure STM analytical bio-columns.
• Active seal wash and quaternary solvent blending included.
• Ultralow carryover – the 1260 Infinity Bio-inert Multisampler is designed
for low carryover using multiwash capability, to reduce carryover to less
than 9 ppm.
• Bio-inert capillaries and connections – Novel bio-inert capillary and
connection design and InfinityLab QuickConnect/QuickTurn Fittings
• Faster pH scouting and easy buffer/solvent preparation – for ion exchange
chromatography with Agilent Buffer Advisor software.
• Upgrade to Multi-Detector Bio-SEC Solution – for reproducible advanced
analysis of accurate molecular weights and size information of
• AdvanceBio column portfolio – Large portfolio of Bio-HPLC columns for
SEC, IEX, reversed-phase, and peptide mapping.