Anion Columns

The ICSep Series of Ion Chromatography columns gives our customers improved tools to optimize water analysis. Concise Separations offers columns for very fast analysis to high capacity columns for better control on elution times. Additionally we offer different bead and column sizes, so you can choose what sizes are optimal for your anion assays.

Unique Guard Discâ„¢ technology incorporated in most ICSep columns give added protection from metals and organic contaminants. Suppressed, non-suppressed, solvent compatibility and soda analysis are all features that Concise Separations has mastered since the first anion exchange column made in the late 1980s.

  • High Capacity Columns are needed for samples containing Oxyhalides (EPA Drinking Water Method 300.b) or to isolate a large concentration of one anion from target anions.

      Why High Capacity?

    • They are solvent compatible and can be cleaned and ran with MeOH, MeCN etc.

    • Simple carbonate/bicarbonate eluent is easy to prepare and suppress.

  • Fast Elution Columns are used because the Drinking Water Standard for U.S. EPA Drinking Water Method 300.a calls for a quick run time for the 7 Standard Anions.

      Why Fast Elution?

    • Columns on this page are designed to be ran at 2 mL/min to meet EPA standards.

    • Simple carbonate/bicarbonate eluent is easy to prepare and suppress.

  • Non-Suppressed Columns are used to eliminate the need for complicated suppressor equipment, waste, and expensive system replacement.

      Why Non-Suppressed?

    • A simple buffered salicylic eluent is used for these columns that are designed for non-suppressed anion chromatography.

    • The ICSep AN1 column can be used for both suppressed and non-suppressed conductivity detection.

  • Speciality IC Columns include our AN SDA column and our CN3 column.

      Why AN SDA?

    • Designed to separate anions in untreated cola and other soda beverages.

    • Caramel coloring will not affect the column lifetime or chromatography and the AN SDA is solvent compatible.

      Why CN3?

    • Designed for divalent cation analysis.

    • Excellent selectivity with fast elution times.

  • AN1 columns are designed for suppressed conductivity detection.

      Why AN1?

    • Unique selectivity pulls fluoride away from water dip while organic acids resolved and divalent anions quickly eluted.

    • Simple carbonate/bicarbonate eluent is easy to prepare and suppress.


    AN2 FA
    AN2 FA

    ICSep AN2 HC
    ICSep AN2 HC

    ICSep AN300B (for EPA Method 300.b)
    ICSep AN300B (for EPA Method 300.b)

    ICSep AN300BHS
    ICSep AN300BHS


     
    ICSep AN300 (for EPA Method 300.a)
    ICSep AN300 (for EPA Method 300.a)

    ICSep AN300H (for EPA Method 300.a)
    ICSep AN300H (for EPA Method 300.a)


     
    ICSep AN1
    ICSep AN1

    ICSep ION 120 (Non Suppressed IC)
    ICSep ION 120 (Non Suppressed IC)

    ICSep ION 120 PEEK (Non Suppressed IC)
    ICSep ION 120 PEEK (Non Suppressed IC)


     
    ICSep AN SDA
    ICSep AN SDA

    ICSep CN3 Metal Analysis
    ICSep CN3 Metal Analysis


     
    AN1
    ICSep AN1
    ICSep AN1

    ICSep AN1 FA
    ICSep AN1 FA

    ICSep AN1 SS
    ICSep AN1 SS

    ICSep AN1HS
    ICSep AN1HS

    ICSep AN1SC
    ICSep AN1SC