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Omnifit® Column Kit

bed volume 83 mL, column L × I.D. 500 mm × 15 mm

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Description

General description

Omnifit glass columns are designed to be packed with resin-based 20-200 μm LC packings, and can be operated at medium pressures.
• 10 mm I.D.: 600 psi (42 bar)
• 15 mm I.D.: 300 psi (20 bar)
• 25 mm I.D.: 150 psi (10 bar)

Each Omnifit column is made from a continuous piece of precision-bore borosilicate glass, with extra-deep threaded ends and strain-free fittings. Scalloped endcaps virtually eliminate rolling and give an improved grip when opening or closing the column. Endpieces are constructed to minimize dead volume and reduce turbulence in solvent flow. A 25 μm polyethylene frit in the endpiece distributes the sample evenly over the surface of the packing bed, reducing sample dispersion before the sample enters the column.
Column Kit: 1 glass column, 2 fixed-length endpieces with Viton O-rings, 2 × 1/4-28 UNF endcaps, 1 Fittings Kit, and 1 Frit Kit. Order adjustable endpiece (flow adapter) separately.
Fittings Kit: 2 m × 1/16in. O.D. PTFE tubing with 1/4-28 UNF fitting, 0.5 m × 1/16in. O.D. PTFE tubing with 1/4-28 UNF fitting, 2 × M6 endcaps
Frit Kit: 2 × 25 μm PTFE frits, 2 each 10 μm PTFE frits and μm PE frits.

Other Notes

For aqueous mobile phases. Other diameters available as custom orders.

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Omnifit is a registered trademark of Diba Industries

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