JASCO And Princeton Chromatography, Inc. Announce Collaboration

April 27, 2017

JASCO and Princeton Chromatography are pleased to announce a new collaboration in the areas of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) instrumentation and Supercritical Fluid Chromatography column manufacturing.

JASCO, with U.S. offices in Easton, MD, manufactures both analytical and preparative supercritical fluid chromatography systems. SFC offers an excellent alternative to normal phase HPLC with the advantages of faster separations and extraction, cleaner sample recovery and lower operating costs. This technique is especially ideal for chiral and achiral screening. JASCO is the only company to offer a circular dichroism detector with its SFC systems.

Princeton Chromatography is located in Cranbury, NJ and has nearly 15 years in business supplying the chromatography community with both HPLC and SFC columns. Princeton Chromatography is the home and birthplace of the popular SFC stationary phase 2-Ethylpyridine, which was first introduced in 2001. Princeton Chromatography is also proud to offer a wide array of additional SFC specific phases, designed, packed, and tested for SFC use. All stationary phases are available in a variety of particle and pore sizes. SFC columns are available in dimensions ranging from 2.0 mm I.D. analytical to 50.0 mm I.D. preparative.

For more information about Princeton Chromatography, go to www.pci-hplc.com.

About the Author

Kristen Burkhardt has a Bachelor's degree in Marketing from York College of Pennsylvania. She is the current CD/Export Sales Coordinator/Marketing at JASCO.