Dueperthal’s HPLC service station enhances waste storage
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Dueperthal’s HPLC service station enhances waste storage

7:59 AM, 8th December 2015
Dueperthal’s HPLC service station enhances waste storage
The HPLC service station is developed especially as an active storage solution and for collection of HPLC wastes over a period of two weeks at a flow rate of 1 mL/min per HPLC system.

ASCHAFFENBURG, GERMANY: Dueperthal Sicherheitstechnik GmbH & Co KG said that it has launched a new high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) service station, which fulfils all the requirements in relation to the storage and handling of solvents and eluants in a variety of chromatography system.

The HPLC service station is developed specially as an active storage solution and is available in different designs as well as collection of HPLC wastes over a period of two weeks at a flow rate of 1 mL/min per HPLC system.

The HPLC is TUV type tested with integrated DISPOSAL UTS ergo line safety storage system of flammable liquids. It also has a MPS (modular protection system) which emits a warning signal if there is a danger of overfilling.

The novel and convenient push-to-open wing door and automatic sliding tray mechanism it has can enable the stored media readily accessible and easily exchanged. This system is clearly laid out and can be and closes automatically in case of fire.

In case of fire, the safety storage cabinets of the DISPOSAL UTS ergo line, guarantee 90 minutes of fire resistance. Moreover the models have been issued the high quality mark for their superior design, user friendliness and increased lifetime.

The HPLC is TUV type tested DISPOSAL UTS ergo line safety storage system of flammable liquids. It also has a modular protection system (MPS) which emits a warning signal if there is a danger of overfilling.

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