157/159 UV-VIS Detectors
Gilson offers two UV-VIS Detectors capable of analytical to pilot scale applications that range from small molecule to large molecule drug discovery, protein purification, and everything in between.
- Adjustable path flow cells
- Allow users to serve a wider range of samples without changing hardware
- Up to four wavelengths (159 UV-VIS Detector)
- Provide the user the ability to monitor for compounds of interest and impurities at full sensitivity, and then monitor additional wavelengths where compounds of interest absorb less, while keeping high concentration on-scale for easy visualization, but without sacrificing overall sensitivity
157 UV-VIS Detector
The 157 UV-VIS Detector is single, variable wavelength HPLC spectrophotometer detector for routine HPLC applications, including fast LC methods. This robust UV detector features a highly flexible and compact design. The detector offers a variable wavelength range of 190 - 750 nm and provides a competitive advantage for biological samples. A wide range of flow cells are available for practically any LC application, including PEEK flow cells for analytical and preparative HPLC and pilot scale flow cells for flow rates up to 1 L/min.
159 UV-VIS Detector
The 159 UV-VIS multiple, variable wavelength detector offers high sensitivity and baseline stability for HPLC applications, including fast LC methods. With its high speed scanning design, up to four different wavelengths can be monitored simultaneously while acquiring spectral data from 190 - 750 nm. With the ability to monitor four wavelengths simultaneously, researchers are more readily able to track impurities and see what they've previously been missing.
Best-in-its-class value for noise, drift, and linearity are achieved through smart optical bench technology and the use of optimized components. A wide range of flow cells are available for practically any LC application, including PEEK flow cells for analytical and preparative HPLC and pilot scale flow cells for flow rates up to 1 L/min.