Most autosamplers use a six-way injection valve, which includes a circular seal (rotor) and a fixed base (stator). The stator is connected to the pipeline, sample ring, sample hole, and other peripheral components. It is generally made of wear-resistant materials such as stainless steel or ceramics. The rotor and stator are tightly combined and can be rotated during operation. They are generally made of softer materials than the stator. For example, the rotor of the autosampler is driven by an electric motor (some older models use compressed air to drive it), while the manual injector has a handle attached to the rotor.
The rotor includes some small grooves for connection to different stator positions. The rotor is in the load or fill the position and the sample is filling the sample loop, and the pump directly sends the mobile phase into the chromatography column; the rotor is turned to the injection position, and the channel connected to the pump is connected to the sample loop, and the mobile phase flushes the sample into the chromatography column.
HAWACH HPLC autosampler vials HAWACH sample vials can be transparent or brown (mainly used to avoid light), with thread, snap and jaw types. It features ultra-clean working environment/packaging, specific packaging materials to reduce pollution, applicable to various types of GC headspace samplers.
The integrity, cleanliness, and uniformity of HAWACH sample vials( HPLC autosampler vials) are critical to today’s demanding applications. HAWACH offers 2ml, 10ml, 20ml, and 40ml sample vials, often used with HPLC, GC of Agilent, Shimadzu, and Waters and other autosamplers. Flat-bottom vials are suitable for downward movement when the instrument is running. Flat-mouth vials have a large contact area with the septa and tighter seal.
The vial is made of colorless Class 1 A or amber Class 1 B borosilicate glass. The automatic sample vial is produced from high-quality raw materials. It has high-temperature resistance and corrosion resistance. Controlled manufacturing environment quality and service have won the trust of customers; high-quality materials are used in the septum of the autosampler vial to ensure proper function, and it is widely used in multiple injections and/or longer sampling cycle designs as well as gas chromatography and liquid chromatography instrument.
HAWACH Septa HAWACH Septa has the following characteristics: 1. Teflon and silicone rubber or ultra-pure silicone are used as raw materials to ensure that the septa are non-toxic; to ensure excellent functions, it is particularly suitable for gas chromatography, and to ensure that the septum does not fall into the sample vial during the injection process; 2. The adhesive-free bonding process is used to combine the polytetrafluoroethylene membrane and the silicon rubber or silicone bond together to maintain the excellent characteristics of the two materials. The polytetrafluoroethylene layer of the composite septum is in contact with the reagent. It is chemically inert, resistant to acid, alkali, temperature, and adhesion. It does not work with concentrated acid, concentrated alkali or strong oxidant even at high temperature. At the same time, the elasticity of silicone rubber or silicone layer can ensure sealing performance; 3. Adhesive-free bonding process, without the introduction of adhesive, the septum retains the excellent resilience performance of silicone rubber or silicone, softer than the septum of the adhesive process, which can provide better needles for the autosampler. protection of; 4. Strict production management ensures product quality. The product is clean and ready to use without cleaning.
Other key indicators and technical indicators such as sample vial polishing, outside and inside diameters of the vial and vial mouth, and jaw accuracy all meet international requirements. The ultra-clean working environment/packaging with specific packaging materials reduces pollution. Welcome to contact HAWACH to learn more.