Increase the speed and throughput of your LC and UHPLC workflows without redeveloping existing methods. The Thermo Scientific™ UltiMate™ 3000 Standard Dual System offers numerous options for improving the information yield of your analyses and can still be operated as a regular single-channel system. The dual system makes it easy to configure Online-SPE, Orthogonal, Parallel or Tandem separations, Inverse Gradient operations and Fast Application Switching. With its two fully integrated, independently operating gradient pumps and smart column switching, you can configure your system to maximize throughput, resolution, or sensitivity.
Upgrade to the Thermo Scientific™ EASY-nLC™ 1200 Liquid Chromatography system. The EASY-nLC 1000 has been discontinued, and has been replaced by the optimized EASY-nLC 1200 system. Service, spare parts and consumables for the EASY-nLC 1000 system are still available through the normal channels. Please contact your local representative to discuss your system requirements.
Get sensitive and selective detection of multiple analytes in difficult or complex matrices with minimal sample preparation using the Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ UltiMate™ 3000 R&D Electrochemical System, which combines the latest UHPLC technology with our ECD-3000RS electrochemical detector. The gradient compatibility of the detector and SmartChip technology make this system ideal for studying oxidation or reduction of novel molecules. This system provides high resolution information orthogonal to standard analyses of complex matrices, dilute samples, and forced sample degradation.
Enjoy cost effective access to UHPLC separations in a simple, expandable system where modularity makes anything possible. The Thermo Scientific™ UltiMate™ 3000 Basic Manual system offers unique LC and entry level UHPLC capabilities without compromising on quality and robustness. The basic manual system is perfect for teaching or low sample throughput, routine applications. As an LC/UHPLC “starter kit”, this modular system can be extended for virtually any desired capability with automated sample injection, column switching valves and additional detectors as your needs evolve.
Detect low levels of neurotransmitters with confidence using the Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ UltiMate™ 3000 Life Science Electrochemical System. This optimized tool offers extremely high sensitivity and throughput in isocratic separations for the characterization of complex biological samples, especially where sample quantities are limited. The ECD-3000RS electrochemical detection module features a selection of coulometric and amperometric sensors and SmartChip technology, making operation and method setup easy and worry-free.
Get stable retention times and maximum information capture from high-throughput, routine applications with the Thermo Scientific™ UltiMate™ 3000 Standard Binary System. The fast gradient response, excellent flow stability, and a broad choice of high-data-rate detection technologies ensure reliable results from every sample, making the UltiMate 3000 Standard Binary System an ideal choice for demanding routine environments or high-throughput research and development laboratories.
Enjoy cost effective access to automated UHPLC separations in a simple, expandable system. The Thermo Scientific™ UltiMate™ 3000 Basic Automated system offers unique LC and entry level UHPLC capabilities without compromise. The integrated autosampler and thermostatted column compartment deliver retention time precision and the ability to fine tune backpressure, resolution and speed. With adjustable gradient delay volume, quaternary or isocratic pump, and excellent flow stability, the Automated Basic system is perfect for teaching or moderate sample throughput, routine applications.
Mobile phase flexibility defines the Thermo Scientific™ UltiMate™ 3000 Standard Quaternary system. With adjustable gradient delay volume, four-solvent gradient support, excellent flow stability and an unique choice of detection technologies, the Standard Quaternary system excels where moderately fast gradient response is acceptable to gain the advantages of improved flexibility e.g., multiple solvents, extended column washes, ternary or quaternary gradients and method development scenarios in high-throughput routine environments as well as in demanding research and development laboratories.