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YMC-Triart Columns for SFC

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YMC Europe GmbH
Schöttmannshof 19
46539 Dinslaken
Phone: +49 (0) 2064 427-0
Mail: [email protected]

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YMC offers a wide range of chromatography products, including micro- and nanoscale capillary columns, (U)HPLC columns, bulk media for preparative chromatography, glass columns for MPLC and DAC-columns.

Innovative (U)HPLC YMC-Triart columns with broad temperature and pH stability for the best choice in method development! – the first hybrid bulk material available in multi-ton quantities!

Polysaccharide chiral HPLC columns, both coated and immobilised types, are available for a wide range of applications: NP, RP and SFC - all at very attractive prices. YMC CHIRAL ART is available in 3 µm and 5 µm analytical and preparative HPLC columns and as preparative bulk media with 10 µm or 20 µm.

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