The largest portfolio of Fast LC columns, and a broad family of phases across all particle sizes for exceptional flexibility and scalability

Whether you are performing conventional or ultra-fast chromatography, separating biomolecules, or analyzing complex basic compounds, you can trust Agilent for the industry’s highest-performing columns that deliver the fast, reproducible results you need – all engineered with Agilent’s unparalleled quality and reliability.

This selection guide is primarily focused on Agilent’s small molecule HPLC columns; please see publication 5990-9384EN for information about our family of biocolumns or 5990-7994EN and 5990-7995EN for more detailed information about GPC/SEC columns.

  • ZoRBaX Eclipse Plus columns

    • C18 and C8 columns deliver superior peak shape, while the phenyl-hexyl bonded phase and C18 bonded phase for PAH separations expand selectivity options for more applications.
    • All Eclipse Plus phases are available in Fast LC/UHPLC RRHD and RRHT columns, 1.8 μm.
    • For scalability, the Eclipse Plus C18 phase is very similar to the Poroshell 120 EC-C18 phase.
  • ZoRBaX Rapid Resolution High Throughput (RRHT) columns

    • third Fast LC option with over 140 1.8 μm columns choices.
    • RRHT columns are available in 2.1, 3.0 and 4.6 mm ids, all with 600 bar stability. And remember, when you choose Agilent ZORBAX LC columns, you get more than just a dependable product.
    • You also get over 40 years of expertise – along with unmatched technical support – from the world’s largest chromatography supplier.
    • On the web, by phone or in person, Agilent helps you solve the problems that can slow you down and get in the way of your results.
  • ZoRBaX Rapid Resolution High definition (RRHd) columns

    • 1.8 μm columns feature improved packing processes to achieve stability up to 1200 bar for use with the Agilent 1290 Infinity LC and other UHPLC instruments and are available in more than 14 phases, plus HILIC.
  • Poroshell 120 columns

    • high efficiency and high resolution with up to 50% less pressure than sub-2 μm columns.

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