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Agilent DB-CLP1 & DB-CLP2 GC Columns

Agilent J&W DB-CLP1 and DB-CLP2 are the most flexible and universal column pair for nine EPA dual-ECD pesticide methods as well as the analysis of Contract Lab Program (CLP) pesticides. Together, these fast, reliable columns deliver excellent resolving power with exceptionally low bleed while eliminating the need for time consuming column switching. DB-CLP1 and DB-CLP2 GC columns are subjected to the industry’s most stringent testing procedures, and a performance summary sheet is supplied with every column.

Part Number Short Description Film Thickness Phase ID Length Type Material Price Qty
123-8232 DB-CLP1, 30m x 0.32mm x 0.25um 0.25 um DB-CLP1 0.32 mm 30 m 7 inch Fused Silica
123-8336 DB-CLP2, 30m x 0.32mm x 0.5um 0.50 um DB-CLP2 0.32 mm 30 m 7 inch Fused Silica
  • Universal column pair designed for pesticides analyses
  • EPA Methods: CLP (Contract Lab Program) pesticides, 504.1, 505, 508.1, 551, 552.3, 8081B, 8082A, 8154A
  • Ideal for dual column, dual ECD GC analyses
  • DB-CLP1 and 2 columns are regularly used in sets. Connect them together easily with an Agilent Ultra Inert, universal press fit Y–splitter (5190-6980), or an UltiMetal Plus deactivated CFT un-purged splitter (G3184-60065)
  • Mid polarity stabilised phases provide fast and low bleed reliable analyses
  • Special testing includes pesticides for proof of performance and column to column reproducibility
  • DB-CLP1 primary, DB-CLP2 confirmation
  • Tested with the tightest industry QC specifications for column bleed, sensitivity, and efficiency
  • Performance Summary shipped with each column

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

DB-CLP1 & DB-CLP2 Temperature Specifications

ID 0.32 mm
Length 30 m
Film Thickness 0.25 – 0.50 µm
Temperature Limits 50 – 340/360°C 
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