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Agilent Bond Elut PFAS WAX SPE Cartridges

PFAS Analysis

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Sample Preparation for PFAS Testing

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Introducing new Agilent Bond Elut PFAS WAX solid phase extraction (SPE) cartridges —a full portfolio of cost effective SPE cartridges designed specifically for PFAS analysis, especially for environmental and contract testing laboratories who require a weak anion exchange (WAX) SPE cartridge for regulated or modified methods for PFAS testing.

Method Compliance
Bond Elut PFAS WAX SPE cartridges are a cost-effective solution that effectively meets current regulation requirements, including EPA Method 533 and EPA draft Method 1633 (June 2022).

Uncompromised performance
Bond Elut PFAS WAX SPE cartridges can be used for the extraction of a wide range of compound classes exceeding many regulated compounds lists and can be used to extract both short and long chain PFAS compounds.

Simplified Workflow
Bond Elut PFAS WAX SPE cartridges fit seamlessly into a complete, end-to-end workflow for extraction, quantification and reporting of PFAS in the environment.

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Start-to-finish Workflow Solution

Learn more about Agilent's complete PFAS workflow solution from sample prep to instrumentation to reporting.

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Consumables Ordering Guide

Download our PFAS Consumables Ordering Guide which provides part number recommendations for PFAS analysis organized by regulatory method. 

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Application Note: PFAS Analysis

Access the new app note "Determination of PFAS in Drinking Water Using Bond Elut PFAS WAX SPE and LC/MS/MS".

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Application Note: EPA Draft Method 1633

See how Bond Elut PFAS WAX cartridges measure up to the newest EPA draft Method 1633 (June 2022) for PFAS analysis in wastewater samples.

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Carbon Cleanup

Successful PFAS analysis requires effective removal of matrix which can be done through cartridge-based carbon cleanup or dispersive carbon cleanup.

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