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MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 Columns (Siltek-treated stainless-steel PLOT)

Advantages of metal MXT PLOT columns include:
  • Can be made in small coil diameters—perfect for tight spaces.
  • Rugged material withstands rough handling and shock.
  • Designed for robust performance in process GCs and field instruments.
  • Available in 3.5"-coil diameter or 7"-diameter, 11-pin cage.*
A GC column phase cross-reference is also available.
Ordering Notes
Custom lengths and film thicknesses available. Call Technical Service at 800-356-1688 or 814-353-1300, ext. 4, or contact your Restek representative.

SAVE MONEY! Get six columns for the price of five. Call 800-356-1688, ext. 3, or your Restek representative for details!
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MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 Columns (Siltek-treated stainless-steel PLOT)

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Catalog # 79714
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Catalog #
79714 30 m ea. 0.53 mm 7" 11-pin cage 10 µm -60 to 200 °C Select Deselect
Length
30 m  
Units
ea.  
ID
0.53 mm  
Product Name
MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4  
Column Configuration
7" 11-pin cage  
df (Film Thickness)
10 µm  
Temp Limits
-60 to 200 °C  

Products Often Purchased with MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4 PLOT Col 30m, 0.53mmID, 10um, 7" diameter 11-pin cage

79714-273 30 m ea. 0.53 mm 3.5" Coil 10 µm -60 to 200 °C Select Deselect
Length
30 m  
Units
ea.  
ID
0.53 mm  
Product Name
MXT-Alumina BOND/Na2SO4  
Column Configuration
3.5" Coil  
df (Film Thickness)
10 µm  
Temp Limits
-60 to 200 °C  

*We do not recommend recoiling PLOT columns as this may cause particles to dislodge from the side of the tubing.