PFA, FEP, and PTFE microcolumns are laboratory supplies used for liquid chromatography (LC) and capillary electrophoresis. PFA, FEP, and PTFE stand for perfluoroalkoxy, fluorinated ethylene propylene, and polytetrafluoroethylene, respectively, which are all types of fluoropolymers that are highly resistant to chemicals, heat, and mechanical stress.
PFA, FEP, and PTFE microcolumns have several advantages over other types of microcolumns used for LC and capillary electrophoresis. Firstly, they are highly inert, which minimizes the risk of adsorption or interaction of the sample with the column material. Secondly, they are highly resistant to high temperatures and pressure, which makes them ideal for use in high-temperature applications such as reversed-phase LC and ion chromatography. Lastly, PFA, FEP, and PTFE microcolumns are transparent, which allows the user to monitor the separation process and detect any contaminants or impurities.
PFA, FEP, and PTFE microcolumns are available in various sizes and configurations, including capillary columns, microbore columns, and packed columns. They are commonly used in analytical chemistry, biochemistry, and environmental testing for the separation and quantification of organic and inorganic compounds in complex mixtures.
2.non-leachable, ultra low trace element .
3.non-stick, easy to clean
4.integrated one-molding , without contamination
5.Designed for ion exchange chromatography
6.Capillary length can be customized
7.with a screw lid