New Products: Thermo Fisher, Bio-Rad, and More | GenomeWeb

Thermo Fisher Scientific this week introduced its Thermo Scientific Vanquish UHPLC system, with which the company is targeted the high-end research market.

According to the company, the instrument offers 1,500 bar maximum pump pressure and flow rate up to 5mL per minute. The instrument also features SmartFlow pumping technology for reproducible retention times, both direct heating and forced air temperature controls, and the Chromeleon data system.

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