The Sepaths UP is designed for both cartridge and disk applications to treat samples with different volumes. It can be applied to extract trace organic compounds from drinking water, surface water, ground water, food, beverage and other samples. Sepaths UP automatically treats from 1 to 12 same or different samples, through the whole treatment process, including condition, sample loading, rinsing, elution and concentration. It is a closed system able to completely remove solvent vapors trough the exhaust line (included).

Technical Features

  • From 1 to 120 mL/min flow rate
  • Accurate control loading rate of small amount of sample
  • Sample volume from 1 mL to 20 L
  • Different cartridge and disk available
  • Different sample collection vials options
  • Display for real-time process
  • Solvent and sample management system
  • Fast concentration nitrogen flow
  • Optional concentration module
  • Automatic spray cleaning of sample bottles
  • Possibility to manage via software up to 8 solvents
  • Separated aqueous and organic waste collection
  • Possibility to separate different sample phases
  • 1 to 12 samples run simultaneously
  • High pressure protection system
  • Intuitive and easy to use software

Complete Software Solution

  • Possibility to run simultaneously different methods
  • Real-time process monitoring
  • Possibility to modify and create customized methods

Optional Concentration Module (E.T. Concentrator)

  • Dedicated concentration for each channel
  • Fast concentration by nitrogen flow
  • Parallel concentration model

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