2501 FRACTION BAS Honeycomb Fraction Collect

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BAS HoneyComb Fraction Collector

  • Refrigerated fraction collector
  • 90 day warranty

The BAS HoneyComb is a refrigerated fraction collector designed to collect samples from microdialysis or ultrafiltration probes at low flow rates (normally 1-2 µL/min). It may also be used to collect fractions eluting from a microbore chromatography column (aqueous mobile phase) at flow rates less than 200 µL/min. The HoneyComb uses a numbered carousel to suspend sample collection vials in a refrigerated “cold canal.” The carousel rotates when advancing vials into position under a sampling needle. The needle then descends until it touches the bottom of the vial. Fluid is delivered by direct contact with the vial bottom. The needle uses a non-coring point and air bleed cannula to assist septa penetration and filling. The swept volume of the sampling needle is 7.1 µL. A spring-loaded mechanism on the needle enables contact with the bottom of each vial. The HoneyComb can be used to collect fractions from one source or from two sources simultaneously in adjacent collection vials

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