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An updated version of the company's PL-GPC 50 integrated GPC system for polymer characterization and analysis has been introduced. The enhanced PL-GPC 50 platform with an integrated refractive index detector has been re-engineered to accept additional detectors, including viscometry (PL-BV 400RT) and light scattering (PL-LS), enabling fully integrated triple detection. Additional detector options (UV and ELSD) and combinations are also available. The PL-GPC 50 features on board PC based system control and Cirrus data acquisition and analysis software as standard.

The simplicity of the PL-GPC 50 design and intuitive interface are said to make it extremely easy to operate. This, combined with high performance and reliability, make the PL-GPC 50 the ideal choice for any laboratory, according to the company. An autosampler, the PL-AS RT, offers labor-saving sample injection.

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Publication:Rubber World
Date:Mar 22, 2005
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