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OD capillary tubing ready for chromatography apps

03 Jun 2013

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Capillary Tubing

Polymicro Technologies has recently rolled out its 1/32-inch OD capillary tubing for chromatography applications. The tubing boasts internal diameters ranging from 50 up to 500µm and is designed for sub-1mm diameter chromatography column technologies.

A subsidiary of Molex, Polymicro's portfolio includes synthetic-fused silica, speciality natural quartz and doped fused silica capillary tubing, ranging from thin-walled polyimide-coated flexible-fused silica tubing to thick-walled fused silica or quartz tubes. Polymicro synthetic-fused silica capillary tubing is manufactured across a range of internal diameters from less than 1.0 to over 2000µm, with standard products ranging from 2 to 700µm.

The company's flexible-fused silica capillary tubing is drawn from high purity synthetic silica and externally coated with polyimide, an abrasion-resistant protective polymer, to yield a strong and durable, yet flexible, tube.

The fused silica capillary tubing is ready for many analytical techniques, such as gas and liquid chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, genomics for DNA sequencing and fragment analysis, proteomics, microfluidics, controlled delivery of gases and fluids, and precision flow cells for cytometry.

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