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Agilent DB-8270D UI GC Columns

Agilent J&W DB-8270D Ultra Inert GC Columns deliver excellent peak shape for trace level analysis of active semi-volatile organic compounds targeted by EPA method 8270D. Leading edge manufacturing processes, combined with optimised chemistries and design advancements, improve both inertness and column-to-column reproducibility with no trade offs in bleed or stationary phase selectivity.

All DB-8270D UI columns are individually tested with the most highly probative semi-volatile compounds, including propanoic acid, pyridine, 1,2 butanediol, 1-chloro-2-fluorobenzene, and m/p xylene, at low temperature (45°C), to ensure excellent peak shape performance at low levels (5–10ng on-column).

Part Number Short Description Film Thickness Phase ID Length Type Material Price Qty
121-9723 DB-8270D UI, 20m x 0.18mm x 0.36um 0.36 um DB-8270D UI 0.18 mm 20 m 7 inch Fused Silica
122-9732 DB-8270D UI, 30m x 0.25mm x 0.25um 0.25 um DB-8270D UI 0.25 mm 30 m 7 inch Fused Silica
122-9736 DB-8270D UI, 30m x 0.25mm x 0.5um 0.50 um DB-8270D UI 0.25 mm 30 m 7 inch Fused Silica
  • Specifically engineered for improved trace level analysis of active semi-volatile organic compounds
  • Industry leading Ultra Inert deactivation and manufacturing
  • Unmatched testing protocol provides ultimate confidence in your results
  • MS-Grade low bleed stationary phase ensures the lowest interference from the column at elevated temperatures
  • Tested with the tightest industry QC specifications for column bleed, sensitivity, and efficiency
  • Performance Summary shipped with each column

DB-8270 UI Intuvo GC Columns with Smart Key are also available, which are specifically designed for use with the Intuvo 9000 GC instrument.

DB-8270D Ultra Inert Temperature Specifications

ID 0.18 – 0.25 mm
Length 20 – 30 m
Film Thickness 0.25 – 0.50 µm
Temperature Limits -60 – 325/350°C 
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