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Agilent Ultra Inert Inlet Liners

DON'T LET THE SKY BE YOUR LIMIT

Minimize data inaccuracy caused by surface adsorption—and the resulting need for costly sample reruns. Agilent Ultra Inert Inlet Liners help ensure an Inert Flow Path for sensitive, accurate, and reproducible trace-level analysis particularly with challenging active compounds.

Every Ultra Inert Inlet Liner is rigorously tested and certified to ensure:

  • Less analyte build-up, so you can analyze more samples without the need for frequent system maintenance
  • Exceptional batch-to-batch uniformity for more reproducible results
  • Low to no bleed or background contamination for your most accurate data

What’s more, Ultra Inert Inlet Liners are packaged with a preinstalled O-ring that has been cleaned, conditioned, and nonstick plasma treated. This unique touchless packaging allows you to easily install the new liner—saving time and reducing contamination from touching.

It’s all part of the innovative Agilent Inert Flow Path

By minimizing activity along every step of the GC and GC/MS flowpath, Agilent Inert Flow Path solutions improve system performance, ensure better results, and allow you to process more samples without unplanned maintenance and recalibration.

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Information package

Lower detection limits and quantify active analytes with confidence. Includes the following application notes:

  • Evaluation of the Ultra Inert Liner Deactivation for Active Compounds Analysis by GC
  • Analysis of Pesticides in Food by GC/MS/MS using the Ultra Inert Liners with Wool
  • Analysis of Semivolatiles by GC/FID using the Ultra Inert Inlet Liners with Wool
  • Ultra Inert (UI) Wool Liner Performance Using an Agilent J&W DB-35ms UI Column With and Without an Analyte Protectant for Organophosphorus (OP) Pesticides
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