Full range HPLC temperature
control, exact and reproducible at elevated and subambient temperatures.
Peltier technique is used for comfortable column cooling and high air velocities
for efficient heat exchange between column and air.
Many chiral separations require
subambient temperatures for sufficient resolution and many ion-exchange
separations are efficient only at elevated temperatures. Every separation is a function of temperature and stable retention
times can only be guaranteed if the column temperature is not influenced
by ambient temperature fluctuations. Obviously, temperature control will
also help to comply with GLP requirements. Column back-pressure reduction
may be needed if you want to speed up your HPLC analysis and a simple increase
in temperature will do the job.
The Mistral column thermostat offers precise and stable temperature
control ranging from 5ºC up to 90ºC to bring even your most demanding
separation under control. The forced-air concept allows easy access to the
column(s) and offers maximum flexibility with respect to column dimensions.
So, remember Mistral when your column needs a change of climate.