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Stabilwax-MS Columns (fused silica)

  • High-polarity, stable polyethylene glycol (PEG) stationary phase.
  • Low bleed and rugged enough to withstand repeated temperature cycles without retention time shifting.
  • Ideal for food, flavor, fragrance, and industrial chemical and solvent analysis.
  • Temperature range: 40 °C to 250/260 °C.
  • Equivalent to USP G14, G15, G16, G20, and G39 phases.
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Stabilwax-MS Columns (fused silica)

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10673 Stabilwax-MS 0.25 µm 0.25 mm 30 m 40 to 250/260 °C ea. Select Deselect

Catalog # 10673

Product Name
Stabilwax-MS  
df (Film Thickness)
0.25 µm  
ID
0.25 mm  
Length
30 m  
Temp Limits
40 to 250/260 °C  
Units
ea.  
Similar To
Grace 12604
Grace 5121767
Grace 8635232
10674 Stabilwax-MS 0.25 µm 0.32 mm 30 m 40 to 250/260 °C ea. Select Deselect

Catalog # 10674

Product Name
Stabilwax-MS  
df (Film Thickness)
0.25 µm  
ID
0.32 mm  
Length
30 m  
Temp Limits
40 to 250/260 °C  
Units
ea.  
Similar To
Grace 12607
Grace 8635248

Stabilwax-MS columns ensure reproducible retention times from run to run, even with temperature cycling. When methods require trace analysis, this highly polar, low-bleed stationary phase produces excellent signal-to-noise levels! Ideal for food and flavor analysis (e.g., essential oils), fragrance and allergen analysis, as well as industrial solvent and chemical analysis.