Reduce analysis time and increase reproducibility by automating sample preparation for your chromatography analyses. Our automated sample preparation solutions include solvent extraction, solid-phase extraction, and evaporation systems.
Which sample prep technique should I use?
Clean, easy-to-read chromatographic data comes from using the appropriate techniques to prepare your samples before chromatographic analysis. Sample preparation can remove interfering compounds to minimize noise in your data or it can enrich your sample for analytes of interest so they are sure to stand out in your results. Additionally, preparation may include concentrating or drying your sample. The best sample preparation technique depends upon your sample.
Accelerated solvent extraction (ASE)
Extract organic compounds from solid and semi-solid samples using liquid solvents with ASE. When compared to Soxhlet and sonication methods, ASE saves time, solvent and money.
Automated solid-phase extraction (SPE)
Extract trace organics from liquid samples using a fully automated SPE process. The compounds of interest are trapped on SPE sorbents, then eluted using a solvent to generate a prepared sample for your analysis.
Concentrate or dry large-volume samples to prepare them for chromatographic analysis using an automated evaporation system. These systems save time and offer excellent reproducibility and recovery rates.
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