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Rtx-200 Secondary Columns for GCxGC (fused silica)

midpolarity phase; Crossbond trifluoropropylmethyl polysiloxane
  • Convenient 2 m length is ideal for use as a secondary column in GCxGC analyses.
  • General purpose column.
  • Temperature range: -20 °C to 340 °C.
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Custom lengths and film thicknesses available. Contact Technical Service or your local Restek representative.

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Rtx-200 Secondary Columns for GCxGC (fused silica)

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15111 Rtx-200 0.15 µm 0.15 mm 2 m -20 to 320/340 °C ea. Select Deselect

Catalog # 15111

Product Name
Rtx-200  
df (Film Thickness)
0.15 µm  
ID
0.15 mm  
Length
2 m  
Temp Limits
-20 to 320/340 °C  
Units
ea.  
15117 Rtx-200 0.18 µm 0.18 mm 2 m -20 to 320/340 °C ea. Select Deselect

Catalog # 15117

Product Name
Rtx-200  
df (Film Thickness)
0.18 µm  
ID
0.18 mm  
Length
2 m  
Temp Limits
-20 to 320/340 °C  
Units
ea.  
15124 Rtx-200 0.25 µm 0.25 mm 2 m -20 to 320/340 °C ea. Select Deselect

Catalog # 15124

Product Name
Rtx-200  
df (Film Thickness)
0.25 µm  
ID
0.25 mm  
Length
2 m  
Temp Limits
-20 to 320/340 °C  
Units
ea.  

Rtx-200 columns have accomplished many difficult separations not possible on any other bonded stationary phase. Many analysts consider these the best, most inert midpolarity columns available. The trifluoropropyl stationary phase has a unique selectivity that changes elution orders and resolves compounds that phenyl, cyano, or Carbowax phases can not. The Rtx-200 column offers exceptional thermal stability, low bleed, and superior inertness—even for active compounds such as phenols, and with sensitive detectors such as ECDs, NPDs, and MSDs.