Ultrasep

The company SepServ with the Ultrasep ES column line was founded by G. J. Eppert and I. Schinke in Berlin. The philosophy of the company was to be a bridge to solve problems with its experience. G. J. Eppert developed many different modifications for specialized applications in 40 years. Dr. Maisch HPLC GmbH bought the company SepServ in 2014 and has been continuing the production of the ultrasep columns since then.

Specifications

Particle Sizes 3 µm, 4 µm, 5 µm, 6 µm, 7 µm, 10 µm
Phases/Modifications / for Carbohydrates / 16 PAHs / Aldehydes + Ketones / Pestizides (according to DIN 38407F12) / Herbizides / EPA- and BTX-Phenol(EPA604/625) / Explosives according to EPA / Azo Dyes / Hydrocarbons in Diesel Fuels (Diesel EN12916) / Diisocyanates / Aflatoxins / Tenside (ABS, LABS, LAS, Alkylphenolethoxylate) / Phenols (EPA604/625) / RP18- Phases, for Fruit Acids / Ion exchanger for Fruit acids / Special-RP18, for Fatty Acids / NH2-Phase, for Mono- /Disaccharides / Water soluble Vitamins / Fat soluble Vitamins / NP-Phase for Tocopherols / Anorg. Anions according DIN / Anion exchanger for Ascorbic acid / SAX- covalently bounded / SAX-exchanger for anorg. Anions / Phenyl-Sulfogr. / for Alkali Earth Ions / Phenyl-Sulfogr. / for Malein-/Fumaric acid / for Proteins / Pharmazeuticals / RP-Phase for Cholesterolesters / ultrapure RP-Phase / Standard-Phase / Nucleobaustein-Analysis / Standard Pentafluorphenyl-Phase / (MonoLayer Dense), pH-stabil / Pentafluorphenyl / Amid C18 Phase / Amid-C18 Phase (H =Urea group) / RP-Phase with positive group / RP-Phase with 2 carboxylic groups / Stereoisomeres of N-Oxides / C8-Fluorphase (C8F17) / Polyethylenoxid Phase / DiMethyl-C30 / Triamino-Phase
Pore Size Surface Area

Products

Name Particle Sizes Carbon Load Pore Size
Ultrasep ES 100 Si 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP18e 3 – 7 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP18 3 – 10 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP8e 3 – 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP8 4 – 10 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 Methyl-RP8 7 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 Methyl-RP18 7 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 Dimethyl RP18 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 Phenyl 5 – 7 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 Phenyl-Hexyl 3 – 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP6 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP4 5 – 10 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP3 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 RP1 3 – 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 NH2 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep 100 NH2-DE 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 CN 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES 100 OH 5 µm 100 Å
Ultrasep ES PAH 5 – 10 µm
Ultrasep ES PAH-EPA-2 5 µm
Ultrasep ES PAH-QC 4 µm
Ultrasep ES PAH Super 3 µm
Ultrasep ES ALD
Ultrasep ES Pest
Ultrasep ES Phenoxycarb
Ultrasep ES Phen (ol)
Ultrasep ES Ex424/2
Ultrasep ES AZO
Ultrasep ES AP
Ultrasep ES DIISO
Ultrasep ES TOX1
Ultrasep ES Tensid
Ultrasep ES Enviro-Phe
Ultrasep ESD FS 3 µm 120 Å
Ultrasep ES WAX FS
Ultrasep ES FS
Ultrasep ES Sacch
Ultrasep ES Vit W
Ultrasep ES Vit F
Ultrasep ES Vit T-2
Ultrasep ES SAX-W 5 – 7 µm
Ultrasep ES SAX-W33
Ultrasep ES SAX QCM 7 µm
Ultrasep SAX-2 5 µm
Ultrasep ES Phenyl-SCX75
Ultrasep ES SCXPM
Ultrasep ESD 300-Prot-C18 5 µm 300 Å
Ultrasep ESD PRP18 3 µm 120 Å
Ultrasep ESD Pharm RP18 3 µm 120 Å
Ultrasep ESD Pharm RP18e 3 µm 120 Å
Ultrasep ESD Chol 3 µm 120 Å
Ultrasep ESD RP18-M500 3 µm 5 % 120 Å
Ultrasep ES RP18-M500 5 µm 5 %
Ultrasep ES Pharm RP18e 3 – 5 µm
Ultrasep ES Pharm RP18 5 µm
Ultrasep ES Pharm Spezial RP18e 5 – 7 µm
Ultrasep ES Pharm Spezial RP18 4 – 7 µm
Ultrasep ES Pharm-RP8e 5 µm
Ultrasep ES Pharm-RP8 5 µm
Ultrasep ES Pharm-Spezial RP8e
Ultrasep ES Pharm-Spezial RP8
Ultrasep ES Pharm-RP8EA
Ultrasep ES Pharm-PFP
Ultrasep ES 100 PFP
Ultrasep ES RP18-MLD
Ultrasep ESD 300 PFP 300 Å
Ultrasep ES Amid RP18A
Ultrasep ES Amid RP18AE
Ultrasep ES Amid RP18AM
Ultrasep ES Amid H-RP18P
Ultrasep ES Amid H-RP18PA
Ultrasep ES Chair
Ultrasep ES-C10-Omega-COOH
Ultrasep ES Aminotetraol
Ultrasep ES Aminopolyol G
Ultrasep ES Aminopolyol H
Ultrasep ES RP8F
Ultrasep ES PEO
Ultrasep ES C30-DM
Ultrasep ES C12 TA
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