CLEAN SCREEN FASt

CLEAN SCREEN FASt

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CLEAN SCREEN FASt® cartridges contain a solid phase sorbent bed and small pore frits. Positive pressure is used to quickly and efficiently prepare urine samples for LC/MS analysis. This methodology eliminates time consuming centrifugation, reduces matrix suppression effects and removes particulates greater than 1 µm. Samples can be diluted as low as 1:1 which is useful for detecting analytes at very low concentrations. CLEAN SCREEN FASt® products are available in both columns and well plates

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ImagePart NumberDescriptionSizeColumnUnitsPriceBuyhf:categorieshf:att:pa_industryhf:att:pa_sizehf:att:pa_column
CLEAN SCREEN FASt
ZSFAS020Clean Screen FASt 200mg 10mL2001050$108.00
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CLEAN SCREEN FASt
CSFAS203Clean Screen FASt 200mg 3mL200350$103.00
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CLEAN SCREEN FASt
CSFAS203-DClean Screen FASt 200mg 3mL Bulk2003500$891.00
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CLEAN SCREEN FASt
WSH96FAS11-10LDClean Screen FASt 96 Well Plate 100mg100961$250.00
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Description

CLEAN SCREEN FASt® cartridges contain a solid phase sorbent bed and small pore frits. Positive pressure is used to quickly and efficiently prepare urine samples for LC/MS analysis. This methodology eliminates time-consuming centrifugation, reduces matrix suppression effects, and removes particulates greater than 1 µm. Samples can be diluted as low as 1:1 which is useful for detecting analytes at very low concentrations. CLEAN SCREEN FASt® products are available in both columns and well plates

Advantages
• Eliminate centrifuge and sample transfer steps
• Reduce instrument and LC column maintenance
• Lower costs by decreasing turn-around time

Chemical Phase = Proprietary
Organic Loading = 8.4%
Average Pore Size = 60 Å
Surface Area = 500 m2/g
Pore Volume = 0.77 cm3/g