an all-round degasser for most applications in your lab…
when you are using 100 % organic solvents in your fluidic line…
an outstanding degasser if you are working with very small flow rates…
this degasser manages higher flow rates up to 6–10 ml/min without a trouble…
the best degassing efficiency for demanding applications…
stand alone on-line degasser with the smallest footprint available…
|General Purpose||GPC Eluent||Limited Volume||Semi prep||Hi-End Prep||Compact Application|
|480 µl||480 µl||100 µl||925 µl||8.4 ml / 13.8 ml||285 µl|
|No of Channels||2-5||2-5||2-5||2-5||2||2, 4, 6|
|Approximately Max Flow Per |
|Inner Dimension Flow Path (mm)||1.14||1.14||1.14||1.14||1.91||0.89|
Dissolved gasses in a fluidic system can often cause troubles. When the pressure or the temperature changes, the dissolved gasses can form bubbles which affect the accuracy, precision and performance of your equipment. On-line degassing is a very efficient way of removing dissolved gasses from the liquid and preventing bubble formation.
The Degasser removes gasses dissolved in the mobile phase/flow systems. The Debubbler catches and removes bubbles visible to your eyes. For further information regarding debubblers – contact us!
The degassers can be employed in all type of applications where gasses dissolved in the operating liquid may interfere with the use of the system. Degassing is an absolute requirement to get optimal performance out of your analytical instrumentation or chromatography system! The use of a BIOTECH DEGASi® system will save you time and money by avoiding interruptions in your production.
The BIOTECH DEGASi® line is easy to use and provides reliable continuous operation for many years. The extremely low internal volume of the Systec AF™ tubing used in the degasser provides for quick equilibration and very short startup times, compared to the use of a degasser which uses PTFE® degassing channels with the same degassing efficiency. The product range includes six different degassers where you select a model depending on the flow rate and what type of solvent used.