Whatman Inc., a global leader in separations technology, today announced the launch of Purasil™, the company's flash chromatography silica gel. An all purpose media for flash and column chromatography, Purasil features high purity and minimal fines to enable fast separations and high resolution. The product is available in the two most popular particle sizes ranges 7-230 and 230-400 mesh. The consistent particle size, pore diameter and surface area guarantee reliable and reproducible results.
The Whatman Purasil Silica Gel is high quality and cost effective when used for sample preparation and purification of samples in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and university markets. In particular, Purasil enables the purification of small molecules and narrow particle size distribution permitting easier scale-up.
"We are confident that the Whatman Purasil Silica Gel meets the highest standards of technical specifications and is one of the most cost effective methods for general column chromatography," said Helen Evans, Business Development Director for Whatman. "We are proud to announce another Whatman product that addresses our customers' needs for cost effectiveness and scalability to further highlight our leadership in the lab sciences market"
About Whatman LabSciencesThe Whatman LabSciences Group is one of three business development units within the Whatman organization. The LabSciences group focuses on four core markets: environmental monitoring, pharmaceutical, food and beverage and basic laboratory technology.
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