Radio-HPLC detector demonstrations

LCGC Europe eNews

LCGC Europe eNews-07-17-2009, Volume 0, Issue 0

Chromatographers with an interest in radio-HPLC flow-through detection are invited to book their place at LabLogic Systems' demonstration tour for the Model 5 Beta-RAM, which the company says has toured the UK, Switzerland and Holland and will also appear in France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden.

Chromatographers with an interest in radio-HPLC flow-through detection are invited to book their place at LabLogic Systems' demonstration tour for the Model 5 Beta-RAM, which the company says has toured the UK, Switzerland and Holland and will also appear in France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden.

Among the features demonstrated is the detector's active counting mode, which is reported to be compatible with the latest UHPLC methodologies and monitors and adjusts run conditions in real time using a simplified heterodyne model. According to the company the result is better signal-to-noise ratios for low-level samples than those obtained using conventional radio HPLC.

The company’s product specialists not only demonstrate the detector and Laura - the software that controls the radiochromatography equipment in the system - but will also be available to explain the validation process of the hardware and software. Additionally these specialists claim to be able to have the system operational within days.

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