Aviator AQ

The Aviator line has identical selectivity to ACE HPLC columns. Aviator AQ is a C18 bonded phase with integral polar functionality which is resistant to phase collapse even with 100% aqueous mobile phase. Recommended for applications where 100% aqueous mobile phases are required. Ideal for fast gradients due to rapid re-equilibration properties.

Aviator C18

With an excellent reputation for performance, reproducibility and lifetime, Aviator C18 provides a rugged, reproducible starting point for method development and applications with analytes differing in hydrophobicity, polar, moderately polar and non-polar analytes, uncharged acids and bases, ionized acids or bases using ion-pairing and is an ideal starting point for method development

Aviator C18 HL

Aviator C18 HL (High Load) is a high surface area, high carbon load phase, leading to increased retention and loading compared to Aviator C18. Availability of particle sizes up to 20 microns ensures easy scale-up for preparative and process scale applications.

Aviator C4

Aviator C4 is the ideal choice for separating polar, moderately polar, and non-polar analytes (including uncharged acids and bases, strong acids or bases in un-ionized form or in ionized form using an ion-pair modifier.) Aviator C4 columns produce better peak shape and column efficiency when separating troublesome compounds.

Aviator C8

Aviator C8 has increased bonding density compared to Aviator C18. Similarly optimized for maximum efficiency, superior peak shape and resolution.

Aviator Cyano

Aviator Cyano is suitable for use in both normal and reversed-phase modes. Provides strong dipole-dipole interaction with analytes and weak hydrophobic interaction with greatly improved performance, stability and reproducibility compared to conventional CN phases.

Aviator Phenyl

Aviator Phenyl exhibits hydrophobicity between C4 and C8 phases, with increased polar selectivity. Improved performance, stability and reproducibility compared to conventional phenyl phases. Compatible with highly aqueous mobile phases.