Chasing Acquity, Agilent Launches 1290 UHPLC | GenomeWeb

Agilent Technologies this week launched the 1290 Infinity Liquid Chromatography System, which it said delivers the industry's largest analytical power range.

The system, according to Agilent, delivers unmatched flow rate and pressure "enabling users to deploy any particle type, any column dimensions, or any mobile and stationary phases," it said in a statement. The 1290 also is the first system that delivers the foundations for method transferability from and to any UHPLC and HPLC system.

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