Thermo Scientific™

POROS™ PI50 RoboColumn

Catalog number: A30721
Thermo Scientific™

POROS™ PI50 RoboColumn

Catalog number: A30721
Catalog Number
A30721
Unit Size
200 µL
Price (USD)
215.00
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Unit Size
600 µL
Price (USD)
280.00
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A30721200 µL
215.00
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A30722600 µL
280.00
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RoboColumn™ chromatography products are small columns provided in 8-column strips. They are useful for fully automated and parallel chromatographic separations using robotic liquid handling platforms. These particular RoboColumns contain POROS™ PI50 resin, a 50-micron weak anion-exchange resin suitable for low-pressure applications, including large-scale downstream bioprocessing.

POROS PI50 chromatography resin is based on a polyethyleneimine functional group, yielding a high capacity. It is designed for the separation and purification of biomolecules.

Features of the resin:
• Higher productivity—through high throughput and high dynamic capacity associated with high performance chromatography
• Chemical stability—allows aggressive cleaning and sanitization
• Enhanced biomolecule access—provided via large pores (500-10000 Å)
• Polystyrenedivinylbenzene particles—yield a robust, easily packable matrix
• Better separation methods in less time—the speed of high performance chromatography reduces weeks of experimentation to only a few hours, leaving more time to explore all the variables of your separation

RoboColumn is a registered trademark of ATOLL GmbH.

Specifications

Flow Rate
16 cm/hr to 1,000 cm/hr
Ion Exchange Group
Anion Exchange
Max. Pressure
8 bar
Product Line
POROS™
Purification Target
Protein
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
Stationary Phase
PI (Polyethyleneimine)
Type
Chromatography Cartridge
Diameter (Metric)
5 mm

Contents & Storage

Store at 2–8°C or at room temperature.

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