IC system wins award

May 3, 2010

The latest ion chromatography system from Dionex has been awarded the Bronze star in the GIT Innovations Award 2010. Presented by German magazine GIT Labor-Fachzeitchrift, the award was in the category of ?Analytical Instruments and Software?.

The latest ion chromatography system from Dionex has been awarded the Bronze star in the GIT Innovations Award 2010. Presented by German magazine GIT Labor-Fachzeitchrift, the award was in the category of ‘Analytical Instruments and Software’.

Launched at analytica 2010, the IC system combines the features of other high-end products from the company, along with capillary IC into one dual system. By using IC×IC technology in capillary and analytical modes, the company claims that chemists can now achieve ultralow detection limits without the cost and operational challenges of a mass spectrometer.

Additionally, by using higher linear flow-rates and pressure-optimized consumables, the company reports that the system has been optimized for fast IC, which shortens run times to as low as 3–5 minutes.

The system is fully supported by the company’s chromatography data system software, providing instrument control, data management, reporting and compliance features.

For more information on the company visit www.dionex.com

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