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ICS-5000 SP and DP Dual Pumps

ICS-5000 DP Dual PumpsThe ICS-5000 SP Single Pump can be configured with either capillary or analytical pump heads to support capillary, microbore, standard bore or semi-preparative applications. The pump is upgradeable from a single to a dual pump yielding either a dual capillary, dual analytical or hybrid (capillary and analytical) pump to meet your application needs. Analytical pumps offer the option of mechanical gradients (proportioning valve) yielding linear, concave and convex gradients.

The ICS-5000 DP Dual Pump is available in multiple configurations including analytical, capillary or hybrid (analytical and capillary) versions to support capillary, microbore, standard bore, semi-preparative and IC x IC (2D-IC) applications.  Various flows rates are available to support capillary, microbore, standard bore or semi-preparative applications. Analytical pumps offer the option of mechanical gradients (proportioning valve) yielding linear, concave and convex gradients.  Dual independent seal wash prolongs seal lifetimes and removes cross-contamination in dual channel systems.

Capillary Pump Features:

  • 6000 psi maximum operating pressure
  • Flow rate range 0.000-3.000 mL/min in 0.0001 ml/min increments

Analytical Pump Features

  • 5000 psi maximum operating pressure
  • Flow rate range 0.000-10.000 mL/min in 0.001 mL/min increments

Key Features Common to Capillary and Analytical Pumps

  • Capillary options and hybrid pumps now available
  • 6000 psi maximum operating pressure
  • Integrated piston seal wash, dual independent wash system option to eliminate cross-talk
  • Easy access to all fluidics
  • Built-in vacuum degas
  • User selectable upper and lower pressure limits for pump shut down

DP Dual Pumps Benefits

  • Hybrid pump with analytical and capillary option makes IC x IC (2D-IC) analysis easy to set-up and perform.
  • Dual analysis, such as anions and cations from a single injection.
  • Sample preconcentration or matrix elimination.
  • Post column reagent delivery.
  • External water or chemical regenerant delivery.
  • A backup pump for your primary application.
  • Consumables cleanup or startup preparation, preventing primary system downtime.