HPLC WASTE COLLECTION
Chemical Waste Management / Oct 08, 2018 / (0) / (830) /
HPLC WASTE COLLECTION
Many methods are used in the separation of materials in chemistry laboratories. It is called the method of separation and purification of the substances dissolved in a liquid by their constant and mobile phases according to their chemical properties. In the application of high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), which is an effective arm of the liquid chromatography method, the maximum constant surface area interacting with the mobile phase is achieved because the particle size of the fillers used as the stationary phase is small. This ensures high efficiency. Pressure is applied for this. In addition, liquids separated from the system must be collected in appropriate waste collection containers.
HPLC Waste Collection Container Specifications
Fluids from the HPLC systems can be extremely toxic because the content of the mixture may not be known during separation. The liquids must therefore be collected appropriately. HPLC waste collection containers are suitable for use with all HPLC systems and ensure safe disposal and storage of solvents and wastes. Waste containers providing efficient operation in laboratories; produced with the latest technology, organic solvents, acids and liyollere resistant containers.
Filters providing clean and safe environment; prevents the release of hazardous vapors from chemicals into the working environment; they reduce the odors caused by the liquid with specific surface areas that have a surface area of 1,200 m² / g. It is based on activated charcoal and extends filter life thanks to its anti-stick feature. Easily detachable and replaceable. It provides close to 99% performance. The filters are also suitable for standards and all chemicals.
The capillary tube system with a radius of 2.3 and 3.2 mm, which allows direct disposal from HPLC, is suitable for the cover of the waste unit. The capillary hoses are securely connected to the waste container by means of the superior design of the connection points, thus preventing air escape from the waste bottle into the HPLC system. The connection head also allows other systems to be connected when required. Because the lid can rotate 360 ver even when the hoses are connected, the waste bottle can be easily replaced without damaging the hoses. The valve in the waste tanks, which provides the safe collection of the products after HPLC and having a filling capacity of 280 ml, closes automatically after the container is full and thus provides reliability. It provides warning by means of electronic or mechanical limit indicators.