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When using light scattering detectors in GPC/SEC (especially LALLS/LALS detectors), excessive baseline noise arising from particulates in the eluent stream can significantly deteriorate the quality of the data. Traditionally, GPC/SEC columns can be one source of this problem. Normally a new column set needs a 'conditioning' process, which involves flushing the columns to waste without any detector connected.


PSS has developed Lux columns especially for GPC/SEC-light scattering to improve data quality for light scattering detectors.


Lux columns are available with different column materialsparticle sizes, and porosities, as linear and as single porosity columns.  


Ultra pure packing materials that yield excellent signal to noise ratio during on-line light scattering measurements.  Available  in single porosity  or linear (mix bed) columns:

Traditional GPC/SEC columns can produce excessive baseline noise from particulates in the eluent stream, which can significantly deteriorate the quality of the light scattering detectorsdata (especially LALLS/LALS)  Normally a new column set needs a 'conditioning' process, which involves flushing the columns to waste without any detector connected.

Lux Columns
  Lux columns reach the steady state mode > 25 times faster than conventional columns, and their overall noise reduction is more than 25 times better.

SDVLux  for Organic Solvents at max 100°C
SDV Lux: for organic eluents THF, Toluene,  come in 5µm and 10µm particle size,  covering  Molar Mass Separation Range between  100 and  4,000,000 Dalton.

SupremaLux  for  Neutral and Anionic Polymers in Aqueous
SUPREMA Lux, for anionic separations in aqueous eluents,  available in 10µm to separate Molar masses between 1.000  to  >7,000,000 Dalton.samples.

POLEFINLux for High Temperature GPC/SEC 


Contact us for Lux column pricing and availability. 


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