Liquid Chromatograph teaching machine
In order to make the learners to have a deeper study and
understanding of the instruments,
EP - 50LC Liquid Chromatograph ( training model) also provides
large amount of components in bulk, in this way,
the learners can assembly a real chromatographic analysis
instrument himself according to the instructions; what is more,
to find a wonderful job after graduation
with those expert training content and methods.
Transparent chassis, the working process of the operation
to be clear at a glance
With standard curve solidified,
enabling the samples to be detected directly.
The price is quite low, which can realize the training
and demonstration purposes in whatsoever professional teaching paths.
To master the whole process of operation of the project:
understanding in practice the operation steps and requirements
in the instrumental analysis;
Improve students' practical operational skills.
Determine the results of the analysis, improve analysis conditions,
and improve the students'
ability to analyze and solve problems.
To understand the composition of liquidchromatograph,
the main function of the parts,instrument operation and maintenance;
Fault judgment andtreatment methods.
Provide the students training plate form to enable them
to become professional talents after their graduation!
We, Epoch company, can provide bulk parts and components,
with which students can assemble a new instrument according
to the actual parts and User's manual.
Liquid ChromatographTeaching Machine
EP - 50 LC
Flow range: 0.10-2.0 mL/min, recommended velocity 0.5 to 2.0 mL/min
Puncture Range: 35MPa
Flow Accuracy: ±1% (1 ml/min aqueous solution
at room temperature, 7 MPa +2MPa)
Flow repeatability: ≤0.2%
(1mL/min, aqueous solution at room temperature,
7 MPa + 2MPa)
Wave length coverage: (190-700)nm
Detection range: 0-2000mAU
Baseline noise : ±0.2% FS
Baselineshift : ≤1% FS/30min
LOD ( limit of detection): ≤1.2×10-8 (naphthalene)
As per the photos uploaded!
********** Major Learning Steps to follow:
Step 1: Literature review and experimental plan formulation
Step 2: Reagent and sample weighing
Step 3: The dissolving and constant volume of the sample
Step 4: Pretreatment Filtration of the solvent and the sample
Step 5: Standard curve drawing
Step 6: Sample testing and analysis
******* Important notes
When you mention the following sentences
in your covering letter:
"with full knowledge and have mastered the
operations of the chromatographic analyzers",
don't be surprised to the situation that
too many HRs are trying to
shake hands with you...