Analytical HPLC/UHPLC and ULDC Systems 

The most flexible HPLC platform

Most flexible system configurations

Supporting OpenLAB, ClarityChrom® and Chromeleon™

Matching detectors according to your analytes

Let your application define your system solution

In HPLC, components of a mixture are carried through the stationary phase by the flow of a mobile phase and separation is based on differences in migration rates among the sample components. Therefore, the nature of your analytes defines not only the method but also the HPLC system.

Molecular weight defines the pore size of the stationary phase. Solubility defines the HPLC mode, chemistry of stationary phase and eluent. Concentration and matrix defines the detection parameters and column dimensions.

The solubility of your analytes defines the HPLC mode. The elutropic series defines the solvent strength for the most often used chromatography modes normal phase and reversed phase.


Features of the KNAUER analytical (U)HPLC Systems

Isocratic binary high pressure gradient (HPG) or quaternary low pressure gradient (LPG) pump

Pump heads allowing flow rates up to 10 ml/min at 862 bar or 1240 bar up to 2 ml/min

Autosampler with 0.1 μl sample aspiration at max. 1 240 bar with zero sample loss

Choice of highly sensitive UVD, MWD, DAD, or RID detectors with intelligent temperature control

Wide range of flow cells available, including remote cells

Finger-tight high pressure stainless steel capillary connections “K-Connect”

Extensive safety features such as leak management and sensors

Frontal access of detector lamp and pump hea​d for easy maintenance

An overview of how our analytical HPLC systems work.
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Efficient and adaptable to your needs.

KNAUER employee on an analytical AZURA HPLC system
KNAUER AZURA Analytical UHPLC Brochure

Sensitive, precise and adaptable to your needs
The analytical HPLC, ULDC and UHPLC systems of the KNAUER AZURA® liquid chromatography family are designed to support and facilitate your work. Whether doing routine analysis or demanding separation tasks, AZURA® systems are the right tool to overcome your analytical challenges. Choose between different gradient forming technologies at various back pressure ranges to find the best configuration for your task.


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