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May 2015

As the official start to summer in the USA draws near with Memorial Day next Monday, we are readying for our visit to ASMS 2015 in St. Louis where we will be exhibiting our MS focused product range at Booth 136 including:

  • ChromegaChiral CCA-F4 new fluorinated amylose based stationary phase for chiral separations.
  • Epic Biphenyl sub-2 micron a new phase that provides the retention of ODS with the selectivity of PFP.

Will you be there? Why not take the time to stop by and say hello - we will give you a preview of the new and improved ES Industries web site - designed to provide an improved customer experience.

Keep reading ES Notes and watch out for several new product introductions over the next few months...

In this May 2015 edition we are including information on the new -

  • GreenSep™ Ethyl Pyridine II a specially engineered phase for SFC.
  • MacroSep C4 for the Bioanalytical chromatographer.
  • Epic HILIC-FL Sub-2 micron columns - UHPLC HILIC Columns.

We look forward to providing you with more interesting and innovative products and applications ...

Visit - new and improved - will be launched next week so please visit us and enjoy the new improved customer experience.

GreenSep SFC Column literature - request your personal copy by emailing me at ...

ChromegaChiral Column literature - request your personal copy by emailing me at ...

All designed to be technically informative and practically usefulSM.

GreenSep Ethyl Pyridine II SFC Columns

Are you using Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC)? Are you having difficulty separating acidic compounds?

Have you tried GreenSep Ethyl Pyridine II? A material specifically designed for the retention and rapid separation by SFC of acidic compounds, based on ethyl pyridine chemistry which provides the unique character of this stationary phase, with superior peak shape, performance and separation capacity. 

Click on the link for example applications. Try GreenSep Ethyl Pyridine II now....

MacroSep C4 Bio Separation Columns

Are you analyzing Biomolecules? Struggling with resolution and efficiency? Then try MacroSep...

MacroSep is a family of wide pore columns providing the bioanalytical chromatographer with a highly efficient state-of-the-art base deactivated wide pore HPLC column.

MacroSep C4 consists of butyl aliphatic groups bonded to the ultra-high purity silica and can be used to separate glycoproteins, peptides, hemoglobin variants, human growth hormone and membrane proteins. All of the MacroSep phases undergo extensive QC testing using test procedures and protocols designed by bioanalytical chromatographers to ensure bioanalytical functionality and consistent column to column performance.

Why not try it now? Click for more information ...

Epic HILIC-FL sub-2 micron UHPLC HILIC Columns

Are you currently analysing polar analytes? Struggling to get retention and separation? Then try Epic HILIC-FL using a highly organic mobile phase.

Hydrophilic interaction chromatography or HILIC has been utilized for many years using a polar stationary phase and highly organic mobile phases. Mobile phases typically contain between 5 - 20 % water for the retention of polar compounds.

Epic HILIC-FL sub-2 is particularly well suited for the LC/MS analysis of samples containing polar halogenated, polar amines and polar aromatic compounds, where superior retention and peak shape is essential, and the higher levels of organic modifier are advantageous for detection sensitivity. 

Interested? Then try HILIC-Fl now....

Visit us next at:

ASMS 2015

Booth 136

ASMS 2015

63rd ASMS Conference

St. Louis, Missouri, USA, May 31st - June 4th, 2015


SFC 2015

9th International Conference on Packed Column SFC

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, July 22-24, 2015

P.S. Watch next month for technical information and New Product Releases such as:

ChromegaChiral CCA-F4 new fluorinated amylose based stationary phase for chiral separations

Epic PFP-LB Sub 2 micron - perfluorophenyl stationary phase chemistry for highly selective separations

GreenSep Pyridyl Amide – A stationary phase for SFC chromatography that does not require the addition of these peak shape modifiers

David Kohler


ES Industries, Inc.