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mSPE for Drugs of Abuse from SPEware

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SPEware Corporation is a manufacturer of unique and innovative Solid Phase Extraction Columns & Products. They manufacture two positive pressure sample processing systems:

System® 96 PRESSURE PROCESSOR II: for up to 96 samples (specifically designed for well plates)

System® 48 PRESSURE PROCESSOR II: for up to 48 samples

 

In addition to the extensive range of Cerex materials there are also two tube chemistries that have been developed specifically for the extraction of DOA. These two products are:

  • Trace B – a dual mode resin designed for the extraction of basic, acid and neutral drugs.
  • Trace N – a resin developed to extract neutral and acidic drugs.

Both materials are based on the sub 10mm Cerex polymers. This ensures that when trace levels of DOA are being extracted from dirty matrices you are guaranteed the cleanest extracts and the highest recoveries possible.

 
  • Hydrophilic polymer - No column conditioning required, eliminates column drying problem

  • 10mm particle size - Provides selective and efficient recoveries of drugs of abuse.

  • High cross linking - Provides a rigid polymer that is stable from pH 1 to 14 and eliminates troublesome ph adjustment steps in extraction process

  • Polymer based chemistry - Excellent lot-to-lot reproducibility. Single source manufacturing

  • Convenient bulk packaging - Provides all the benefits of polymer chemistry at prices
    comparable to silica columns.
 

THE CEREX FORMAT
     

SPEware cartridges have a unique format that makes them easy to use with biological samples. They are ideally used with the Cerex 48 place processor.
















 

 

 

 

 

 

KEY:
(1) Polypropylene Housing
(2) Retainer
(3) Flow Distributor,
(4,6) Graded Density Glass Fiber Mat
(5) Microparticulate Sorbent
(7) Flow Distributor

 



 
 
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