Our Kromasil® products are used for efficient HPLC purification of pharmaceuticals (APIs) and analysis such as food quality control or pesticides screening

We develop outstanding silica-based stationary phases for process-scale high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) applications. 

 Kromasil® packing materials have built their reputation by improving efficiency and decreasing costs in your down-stream separation step. This is possible because of the very strong, perfectly spherical, and totally porous silica particles derivatized with various surface chemistries. Those properties allow for maximum loadability of product to purify and a long stationary phase lifetime. 

 Kromasil® is also available in slurry-packed columns for development purposes and analytical applications down to UHPLC (ultra-high performance liquid chromatography). 

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Kromasil - Silica-based, long-life packing materials and columns for UHPLC/HPLC/SFC, for improved analysis and purification efficiency, and decreased process costs.
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