Agilent GC columns for FAMEs, fatty acids, and triglycerides
Perform fast analysis of FAMEs with superior resolution—even for challenging cis-trans isomers
Agilent J&W DB-FastFAME columns have been cyanopropyl-phase (G48) engineered so that you can quickly and selectively separate saturated and polyunsaturated FAMEs—including key cis-trans isomers. What’s more, you don’t have to sacrifice the resolution achieved with traditional 100-meter-long columns.
With these innovative columns, you can separate a traditional FAME mixture in under eight minutes. This includes C18:1 and C18:2 cis-trans isomers and FAMEs found in milk fat, vegetable oil, and fish oil—such as DPA and EPA.
Agilent J&W DB-FATWAX Ultra Inert GC columns use proprietary Ultra Inert technology. What’s more, DB-FATWAX is the only WAX-type phase that can produce symmetric peaks for even challenging polar compounds, such as free fatty acids. This feature improves inertness, thermal stability, and column lifetime compared to traditional WAX columns.
These innovative columns are designed to separate fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs), fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEEs), and fatty acids. You can also use them with confidence to analyze Omega 3 and 6 and free fatty acids (C4-C16).
You also gain these advantages:
Columns are individually tested with a FAME mixture to ensure reproducible FAME equivalent chain length (ECL) values.
They comply with AOAC, AOCS, and IOC regulatory methods.
The cyanopropyl phase of DB-FastFAME is bonded, cross-linked, and solvent rinseable.
Intuvo configurations are available.
Eight-minute separation of a FAME mix with DB-FastFAME columns
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