Plastic Chassis for the analytic measurement

Agilent 1290 Infinity II LC-System

Imagine if you were to put a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon into Lake Constance. Incidentally, Lake Constance measures a volume of about 48 billion litres of water. Would it be possible to determine exact that red variety at such a ratio?

Incredible as it sounds even a tiny amount in less than a minute are determined by using Agilent 1290 Infinity II LC system. It is a matter of high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), an analytical method that splits up and substantiates chemical compounds in complex mixtures. In addition to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries this system is also used in the chemical industry as well as the food industry successfully in order to e.g. be able to prove contamination.

Gebr. Schwarz supplies almost all plastic housing components for this project concerning transparent as well as non-transparency components, visible parts and interior parts. All articles comply with the highest demands in terms of visual effects and cosmetics with the respect to chemical resistance. The visible components are transparent parts (PA12) which are partially manufactured with a seal employed by a 2 K injection molding process. Besides, metal components are inserted into the functional components and coated with plastic. These parts are fitted with thermal insulation. Thus, be used up to a temperature of 140 °C.

The assembled components manufactured by Gebr. Schwarz exhibit a very high degree of complexity. In addition to the manufactured injection-molded articles, some components get partially painted, glued, printed and the dispensing of gaskets made out of polyurethane and silicone are performed. Besides techniques such as pressing, hot forming and ultrasonic welding are used at the assembly.