SVEA HPLC Columns
Nanologica uses a uniquely optimized silica technology to produce a highly advanced spherical porous silica – NLAB SAGA. The highly defined pore and particle size distributions translate to very low back pressures and high plate numbers.
SVEA HPLC columns have been tested and hence proven to have very life long life cycles due to the strong silica backbone properties of NLAB SAGA™.
The proprietary surface chemistry developed by Nanologica gives excellent selectivity across a wide range of chemistry, with a cutting advantage in separating basic molecules.
On offer are a range of phases with different and complementary chromatographic properties. We perform the functionalisation at our production laboratory using proprietary production protocols to produce densely functionalised and end capped silica particles with low residual silanol activity/acidity. The result is particles with excellent chromatographic performance and exceptional chemical stability.
Consequently, we take pride in delivering the best of service and support, to match our product quality and performance as the solution provider in the field of lifesciences.
Catalogues & Brochures
Please refer to our catalogues and brochures to find out more about our product range.
Thank you for your interest in SVEA HPLC columns.
For orders or inquiries, please contact your local distributor or, if not applicable, Nanologica directly.
Contact details are to be found below.
YUNBO TECHNOLOGY (BEIJING) CO. LTD
1014, 1st floor, no 5, Xindongbahe Road , Sun Palace
Chaoyang District, Beijing
People’s Republic of China
+86-151 0101 7947
Use and Maintenence
At Nanologica, we want to help you succeed with your application. Go through the general Use and Maintenance guideline, provided for all users, for proper use and maintenance and for better knowledge to get the most of your columns. You can also ask us any questions and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Regular use of all products requires correct care and maintenance to obtain maximum productivity.
However, it is strongly recommended that appropriate cleaning and regeneration protocols are tested for each individual process.