Take the pain out of HPLC sample preparation with the Samplicity® G2 filtration system. The following video tutorial provides a step-by-step demonstration of how to use the Samplicity® G2 system and the time-saving benefits of adding this tool to your HPLC workflow.
The Samplicity® G2 filtration system is routinely utilized by scientists to reduce the time and manual force required by traditional filtration methods. The application notes below highlight the advantages of using the Samplicity® G2 filtration system in analytical sample preparation for a variety of applications, including dissolution testing, HPLC, and food and beverage quality control testing.
Manually filtering viscous samples by traditional methods is difficult due to the force required to drive the sample through the syringe filter. The Samplicity® G2 filtration system allows the user to filter multiple small volume samples using vacuum rather than manual force. To demonstrate the utility of the Samplicity® G2 system with viscous samples, our scientists measured the filtration time of several food and beverage samples with different viscosities. Read more about how the Samplicity® G2 filtration system performed with difficult-to-filter samples.
When it comes to sample processing time, the Samplicity® G2 filtration system has proven benefits over manual syringe filtration methods. Read more about how the Samplicity® G2 filtration system can save you time in the lab.
Designed for the high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) workflow, the Samplicity® G2 filtration system allows for the simultaneous filtration of up to eight samples directly into HPLC vials while offering high sample retention. The addition of small volume inserts allows the Samplicity® system to be used with volumes as small as 100 µL. Read more about how the vacuum-driven Samplicity® system excels in multisample, small volume filtration.
Produced with the same HPLC-certified materials as our Millex® syringe filters, the vacuum-based Samplicity® G2 filtration system allows users to filter several samples simultaneously while ensuring filtered samples are not contaminated with extractables.