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Stabilwax Secondary Columns for GCxGC (fused silica)

polar phase; Crossbond polyethylene glycol
  • Convenient 2 m length is ideal for use as a secondary column in GCxGC analyses.
  • Low-bleed polyethylene glycol (PEG) phase.
  • Temperature range: 40 °C to 260 °C.
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Custom lengths and film thicknesses available. Contact Technical Service or your local Restek representative.

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Stabilwax Secondary Columns for GCxGC (fused silica)

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15112 2 m ea. 0.15 mm Stabilwax 0.15 µm 40 to 250/260 °C Select Deselect

Catalog # 15112

Length
2 m  
Units
ea.  
ID
0.15 mm  
Product Name
Stabilwax  
df (Film Thickness)
0.15 µm  
Temp Limits
40 to 250/260 °C  
15118 2 m ea. 0.18 mm Stabilwax 0.18 µm 40 to 250/260 °C Select Deselect

Catalog # 15118

Length
2 m  
Units
ea.  
ID
0.18 mm  
Product Name
Stabilwax  
df (Film Thickness)
0.18 µm  
Temp Limits
40 to 250/260 °C  
15125 2 m ea. 0.25 mm Stabilwax 0.25 µm 40 to 250/260 °C Select Deselect

Catalog # 15125

Length
2 m  
Units
ea.  
ID
0.25 mm  
Product Name
Stabilwax  
df (Film Thickness)
0.25 µm  
Temp Limits
40 to 250/260 °C  

Restek’s polar-deactivated surface tightly binds the Carbowax polymer and increases thermal stability, relative to competitive columns. Because of the increased stability produced by the bonding process, Stabilwax columns exhibit long column lifetimes, even when programming repeatedly up to 260 °C. The bonding mechanism of the column also produces polar compound retention times that do not shift, as is often observed on other wax-type columns. In addition, this bonding mechanism produces a column that can be rejuvenated by solvent washing. Stabilwax columns are used for a wide range of compounds and matrices including FAMEs, flavor compounds, essential oils, solvents, aromatics (including xylene isomers), acrolein/acrylonitrile (EPA 603), and oxygenated compounds. Also used for purity testing of chemicals and analyzing alcoholic beverages.