LC-Forte/R-II is a laboratory scale peparative LC system with both high-/low- pressure mode. Key features include recycling mode and automatic operation.
LC-Forte/R-II is equipped with 3-wavelength UV detector, and ideal for purification of chiral compounds, synthetic reaction products, and natural products.
LC-Forte/R-II is useful for lab-scale preparative purifications with HPLC columns, glass columns and flash chromatography columns. It is applicable for various modes such as reversed-phase, normal-phase, chiral and GPC.
LC-Forte/R-II is equipped with a recycling function. Under recycling chromatographic separation, higher resolution can be achieved on a sample that is hardly separated, because the sample is repeatedly introduced into the column. Desired purity can be achieved without changing mobile phase conditions or columns. The unique flow path for the recycling system adopted in LC-Forte/R-II enables to reduce the extra-column diffusion and achieves the high efficiency preparative separation.
Furthermore, consumption of solvent on purification is greatly reduced since no solvent is consumed during recycling.
A wide touch screen (10.4 inch) with the pre-installed software offers friendly navigation for settings and operation of the system. Chromatograms can be displayed on the screen.
LC-Forte/R-II is equipped with Preview Function that displays recycling and fractioning positions in the chromatograms acquired from the preliminary study. This function allows you to visually set and check the optimal separation conditions. Thus, it enables efficient and reliable purification by intuitive understanding of the separation methods. It is especially effective for complex conditions such as recycling HPLC that may cause sample loss due to the fraction collection setting errors.
With a suction injector LC-Forte/R-II an inject the same sample repeatedly with high precision. Since this makes it possible to perform the preparative purification continuously, LC-Forte/R-II is useful for efficient separation of a large amount of sample volume.
Separation time and solvent consumption can be reduced by injecting the samples with overlapping the elution peaks of the impurities (but not target compounds). Productivity is improved dramatically by using the stacking injection.