SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced CrossLab HPLC supplies and services. The new offerings help improve the performance and productivity of non-Agilent instruments while reducing administrative burdens with a single-source solution.
Agilent CrossLab HPLC supplies are manufactured to perform seamlessly with a wide range of non-Agilent analytical instruments, including HPLCs from Waters, Shimadzu and Dionex (now part of Thermo Scientific). The portfolio includes detector lamps, valve and pump supplies, capillaries and fittings, HPLC autosampler syringes, vials and closures, well plates and sealing mats, with more to come.
'With Agilent CrossLab, our customers can simplify product selections and purchase, streamline their workday, and improve their productivity,' said Michael Feeney, vice president and general manager, Agilent Supplies Division. 'The new HPLC offerings, combined with our existing CrossLab GC supplies, will enable our customers to find the right supplies across multiple instrument brands - all backed by our strong commitment to quality, technical support and product delivery.'
'Agilent recognizes that laboratories are often equipped with instruments from a range of vendors, and we are committed to facilitating multivendor repair, maintenance and compliance across services and supplies,' said Michael Pope, senior laboratory services consultant at Agilent.
Last year, Agilent announced the availability of CrossLab GC supplies that include ultra inert inlet liners for active compounds, plasma-treated non-stick liner O-rings and inlet septa, GC autosampler syringes, capillary column ferrules and column nuts, to name a few.
For more information about Agilent CrossLab services, visit www.chem.agilent.com/en-US/Products/services/Pages/crosslab.aspx.
For more information about Agilent CrossLab LC products, visit www.agilent.com/chem/CrossLabHPLC.
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