d Reagent-Free™ ion chromatography (RFIC™) systems provide the ultimate in productivity for low cost per analysis while maintaining high-sensitivity results. The systems combine the power of on-line sample preparation with all the capabilities of modern IC systems, including eluent generation (EG), eluent regeneration (ER), and electrolytic sample preparation (ESP).Download
With dual-piston pumping and electrolytic suppression,the affordable ICS-1100 combines high sensitivity with set-and-forget convenience. Vacuum degas and column heater options further improve baseline stability and produce lower detection limits. The ICS-1100 comes with Chromeleon™ SE data management software for automation and data handling.
Compact and easy to operate, the ICS-1100 delivers solid performance at an attractive price. Select Eluent Regeneration (RFIC-ER™) system technology or 2 mm column chemistries to dramatically reduce eluent usage and costs. Automated sample preparation with the optional addition of a 6- or 10-port valve enables matrix elimination, filtration, and automated large loop/ small loop reinjection of samples.
Get solid IC performance and ease-of-use with electrolytic suppression and front panel control. The Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ ICS-1600 Standard Integrated IC System performs isocratic ion chromatography (IC) separations using conductivity detection. It has an LCD front panel control and supports 2, 3, 4 and 5mm column formats with electrolytic suppression. Multiple valving configurations are available to support many modes of automated sample preparation.Learn More Request Quote
Run isocratic and gradient IC separations with the Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ ICS-2100 Integrated IC System with Electrolytic Eluent Generation and Sample Preparation, which combines eluent generation (EG), electrolytic sample preparation (ESP) and conductivity detection. Eliminate the labor of eluent preparation EG and enjoy superior IC performance and ease of use with the convenience, sensitivity and precision EG provides. Remove contaminants prior to analysis by selecting from a variety of electrolytic sample preparation techniques.Learn More Request Quote