The broad range of Chromegabond columns are provided to separate a broad range of compounds. The phases are manufactured using established procedures and have been produced for a number of years to provide you with a continuous stream of highly reproducible columns. Chromegabond Columns provide superior, reproducible separations and long column life with excellent peak symmetry.
Chromegabond C18 THC
It is critical that cannabis oils, extracted from cannabis or hemp be analyzed for their THC/THCA content
during the CBD oil concentrate production and distribution. Governmental authorities have set strict limits
on the maximum THC/THCA content for CBD oil concentrates. As a result of these regulations CBD oil
must be analyzed for THC/THCA before release.
- Rapid determination of Δ-9-THC, Δ-8-THC and THCA
- Robust column technology
- Separation is performed using isocratic mobile phase conditions which is easily transferable between instruments and labs.
Chromegabond C22 is a highly retentive stationary phase in which hydrocarbon C22 groups are bonded to an ultra-high purity support. The C22 is monomerical bound and is nonendcapped allowing this stationary to be used under wide variety of mobile phase compositions. This phase exhibits even greater hydrophobic interaction than the Chromegabond HC column. The Chromegabond C22 is ideally suited for the separation of triglycerides, PAHs, and steroids.
Chromegabond Carbohydrate is specifically design for the separation and chromatographic analysis of sugars, sugar alcohols and oligosaccharides. It is based on bonded amine groups and is used with mobile phases typically composed from 50 – 95 % acetonitrile and 50 – 5 % water. This combination provides for excellent separation and high column durability. It is available as a 250mm x 4.6mmID column packed with 5 micron particles.
Chromegabond Cyano HS
Chromegabond Cyano HS Columns based on cyanopropyl bonding to high surface area silica to provide superior, reproducible separations and long column life with excellent peak symmetry. Can be used to separate polar compounds in both reverse phase and normal phase chromatography.