Core-shell Technology Results in Less Band Broadening Using sol-gel processing techniques that incorporate nano-structuring technology, a durable, homogeneous porous shell is grown on a solid silica core to create a core-shell particle. This particle morphology results in less band broadening compared to fully porous particles and thus delivers extremely high efficiencies.
Kinetex Core-shell Technology delivers dramatic improvements in efficiency over fully porous media which can be leveraged to increase resolution, improve productivity, reduce solvent consumption, and decrease costs. Whether you are running HPLC or UHPLC methods, the Kinetex Core-shell family can deliver shockingly improved performance over the current column you are using.
Unleash the power of Kinetex core-shell technology to achieve results just not possible on conventional fully porous materials. No matter what type of system you have or type of analysis you are performing, there is a Kinetex solution for you.
Kinetex 5 µm - Immediately improve resolution, productivity, and sensitivity of 3 μm and 5 μm fully porous HPLC methods
Kinetex 2.6 µm - A flexible solution for increasing resolution, reducing analysis times, and decreasing solvent usage on both HPLC & UHPLC methods
Kinetex 1.3 µm & 1.7 µm - Highest efficiencies available on UHPLC systems for improved resolution of critical pairs and higher sensitivity
Labs leveraging the ultra-high efficiency of Kinetex core-shell technology can significantly reduce their lab costs by greatly shortening analysis times resulting in reduced solvent usage, increased sample throughput, and improved instrument productivity.
Ultra-high efficiency Kinetex core-shell technology allows run times to be dramatically reduced by manipulating flow rate and column lengths while maintaining excellent chromatographic performance.
Easily transfer methods developed on Kinetex core-shell columns to ANY LC system, anywhere in the world. Because Kinetex 1.7 µm, 2.6 µm, & 5 µm particles are completely scalable, you can freely move between HPLC, UHPLC, and PREP LC systems. Now, you can develop a method on a standard HPLC system that can easily be transferred to a UHPLC system – and vice versa!