Liquid Chromatography Repair & Maintenance Services

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Liquid Chromatography Instrument Repair

Is your liquid chromatography instrument in need of repair? Don’t let equipment malfunctions hinder your valuable time and impede your lab’s productivity. At Peak BioServices, we understand the critical role that liquid chromatography plays in your analytical processes. That’s why we offer reliable and efficient liquid chromatography repair services to keep your instruments running smoothly.

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Liquid Chromatography Instrument Calibration

Accurate and precise results are paramount in liquid chromatography. To ensure the reliability of your analyses, regular calibration of your chromatography instruments is essential. At Peak BioServices, we offer comprehensive liquid chromatography calibration services to meet your calibration needs.

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Liquid Chromatography Maintenance Service

Preventive maintenance is key to prolonging the lifespan of your liquid chromatography instruments and minimizing unexpected issues. At Peak BioServices, we offer comprehensive liquid chromatography maintenance services to keep your instruments performing at their best.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Peak BioServices’ main office is based in the San Francisco Bay Area which enables us to extend our services not only across California but also throughout the entirety of the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

We provide an extensive range of liquid chromatography instrument repair, maintenance and calibration services, covering a diverse selection of esteemed vendors. Our comprehensive services include calibration, repair, and maintenance for an array of industry-leading manufacturers. Some of the manufacturers included in our portfolio are::

Agela Technologies
Agilent J&W
Agilent Varian
Analytical Columns
Bio-Rad Laboratories
Bruker Corporation
Daicel Corporation
Dani Instruments
Eksigent Technologies
General Electric
Gilson Inc.
GL Sciences
Grace Discovery Sciences
Hichrom Limited
Hitachi High-Tech
Imtakt Corporation
Jasco Corporation
Mac-Mod Analytical
Metrohm AG
Molecular Devices
PerkinElmer Clarus
Pickering Laboratories
Restek Corporation
Schambeck SFD Gmbh
Sepax Technologies
SGE Analytical Science
SIELC Technologies
SRU Instruments
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Toky Instruments
Tosoh Corporation
Waters Corporation
YMC Co. Ltd

Please be aware that the aforementioned list does not encompass all the reputable liquid chromatography instrument vendors we serve to fulfill our clients’ specific requirements.

Liquid Chromatography (LC) is an analytical technique used to separate, identify, and quantify components in a liquid sample. It involves the separation of compounds based on their interactions with a stationary phase and a mobile phase.

In liquid chromatography, the sample is dissolved in a liquid (the mobile phase) and introduced into a chromatographic column containing a stationary phase. The stationary phase can be a solid support or a liquid immobilized on a solid support. The sample is then carried through the column by the mobile phase, which can be a liquid or a combination of liquids.

As the sample moves through the column, different compounds interact differently with the stationary phase. These interactions are based on properties such as polarity, charge, size, and affinity. Compounds that have stronger interactions with the stationary phase will take longer to elute from the column, while those with weaker interactions will elute faster.

The separated components exit the column and are detected using various detection techniques such as UV-Vis spectrophotometry, fluorescence detection, refractive index detection, or mass spectrometry. The detector generates signals that are used to quantify and identify the separated compounds.

Liquid chromatography can be further categorized into various subtypes based on the nature of the stationary phase and the separation mechanism. Some common types of liquid chromatography include:

Reverse Phase Chromatography: Uses a non-polar stationary phase and a polar mobile phase.

Normal Phase Chromatography: Uses a polar stationary phase and a non-polar mobile phase.

Ion Exchange Chromatography: Separates compounds based on their charge interactions with charged stationary phase.

Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC): Separates compounds based on their size or molecular weight.

Affinity Chromatography: Utilizes specific interactions such as antigen-antibody or receptor-ligand interactions.

Liquid chromatography is a versatile technique used in various fields, including pharmaceutical analysis, environmental monitoring, food and beverage testing, forensic analysis, and many other areas where separation and analysis of liquid samples are required.

HPLC distinguishes itself by utilizing high pressure, improved efficiency, enhanced resolution, higher sensitivity, faster analysis times, and specialized instrumentation. These characteristics make HPLC a widely used technique for a broad range of applications, including pharmaceuticals, environmental analysis, food and beverage testing, and many other fields.

“Peak BioServices is my go-to solution provider for both sales and service. Ben and his team go the extra mile to provide creative, cost-competitive solutions to both planned — and unplanned — needs in our Lab. I appreciate Peak’s flexibility to meet my needs on timeline, budget, and performance. I recommend you give them the opportunity to earn your business, too”

— Mike Blank, Founder Redwood Bioscience, (acquired by Catalent Pharma Solutions)
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