Column Ovens general information
Density changes due to changes in temperature have a major impact on the separation and extraction process on supercritical fluid systems. Achieving stable extraction efficiency and peak retention times requires the use of an oven to precisely control extraction vessels and regulate column temperature. JASCO offers the CO-2060, which is capable of temperature control at or below room temperature and the CO-2065 and SFC-Sro. The SFC-Sro is designed for temperature control for cup-shaped, high-pressure vessels and it includes a mixing function.
CO-2060/2065 Column Oven
The CO-2060/2065 ovens are capable of temperature control with a precision of ±0.1ºC with excellent reproducibility. The CO-2060 is for heating and cooling, while the CO-2065 is for heating only. Both models detect abnormal temperatures and solvent leaks and include a function for shutting off the heat. A manual indicator, preheating coil, reaction coil, and other such devices can be installed on both the CO-2060 and the CO-2065. Furthermore, the CO-2060 can easily perform not only cooling (used for optical isomer separation columns), but also temperature increases and decreases by the use of a time program.
SFC-Sro Column Oven
The SFC-Sro oven is capable of heating from room temperatures +20ºC to 150ºC and supports not only ordinary columns and extraction vessels, but also cup-shaped, high-pressure vessels. Inserting a mixer enables the efficient mixing of the vessels’ contents, improving reaction efficiency within supercritical carbon dioxide.