Our silica gel chromatography sorbents and gels offer a wide range of choices depending on your separation requirements: whether you need excellent reproducibility and optimal resolution, or a more economic and versatile material, our normal-phase and reverse-phase products include silica gel products for all manufacturing scales.
PharmPrep® P RP sorbent is used for efficient polishing of small peptides like insulin and other APIs, including antibiotics and hormones. These sorbents are also available in prepacked stainless-steel columns.
LiChroprep® RP sorbents provide fast, effective, reproducible separation of peptide purification processes.
Our PharmPrep® P Si and LiChroprep® Si products are well-suited for cost-effective, reliable polishing of biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical APIs.
Our standardized silica gels are widely used to purify high-value compounds in ton quantities. These silica gels are produced for adsorption and chromatography processes and are available in multiple particle sizes, and pack sizes from 500 g to 400 kg.
Silica Gel 60 is an irregularly shaped silica gel matrix ideal for simple adsorption processes and normal-phase chromatography.
Aluminum oxide, available with pore diameters of 6 mm, 9 mm, and 15 mm, is a versatile sorbent for preparative chromatography. Aluminum oxide exhibits higher pH-stability than silica gel, especially in the alkaline range.
Standardized Aluminum Oxide 90 is a sorbent of medium polarity and is frequently used when the cation exchange properties of basic alumina are required. It may be used as an alternative to activated carbon.
Florisil® silicate is a polar, highly selective magnesium silicate gel, well-suited for separation of steroids, alkaloids, and antibiotics.
Webinar: High-throughput Process Development: Utilizing the Full Potential of Miniature Chromatography Columns
Webinar: Preparative HPLC Part I: How to Build an Efficient Purification Process
Webinar: Preparative HPLC Part II: Process Development and Troubleshooting – A "How to" Guide
How to complete a combined & optimized method for complete downstream processing of recombinant human insulin & select the most suitable phase combinations.
How to apply the theory of Linear Gradient Elution, define the best separation conditions with dual gradients, and transfer to a large-scale process.