Septa Selection

Septa

 

Considerations

  • Instrument
  • Size
  • Material – Low bleed, soft, long lasting

SGE Septa Types

  • GP - Low temperature (200 °C)
  • EC - High temperature silicone (400 °C, 330 °C for 17mm size)
  • MN - Premium septum for autosamplers (400 °C, 330 °C for 17mm size)
  • HT - Bleed and temperature optimized (400 °C, 330 °C for 17mm size) - BTO silicone
  • Enduro Blue - For Shimadzu GC’s (350 °C) - High temperature silicone
 

 


GP Septa
Low temperature applications

 

 

   
 Material:  Silicone
 Durability:  Good
 Resealing:  Good
 Solvent Resistance:  Excellent
 Tear Resistance:  Good
 Maximum Temperature:  200 °C

 

 



EC Septa
Combines significantly longer injection life, low bleed and low injection port adhesion.

 

EC Septa   
 Material:  High temperature silicone
 Durability:  Excellent
 Resealing:  Excellent
 Solvent Resistance:  Excellent
 Tear Resistance:  Excellent
 Maximum Temperature:  400 °C, 330 °C for 17mm size

 

 



MN Septa
Premium septum for autosamplers. Up to 400 injections per septum.

 

 MN Septa  
 Material:  High temperature silicone
 Durability:  Excellent
 Resealing:  Excellent
 Solvent Resistance:  Excellent
 Tear Resistance:  Excellent
 Maximum Temperature:  400 °C, 330 °C for 17mm size

 

 


 

 

HT Septa
Bleed and temperature optimized, combined with outstanding mechanical properties for the highest temperature applications. Retains softness and pierceability at high temperatures, and low injection port adhesion.

 HT Septa  
 Material:  BTO silicone
 Durability:  Excellent
 Resealing:  Excellent
 Solvent Resistance:  Excellent
 Tear Resistance:  Excellent
 Maximum Temperature:  400 °C, 330 °C for 17mm size

 

 


 

 

Enduro™ Blue Septa
For Shimadzu GC's

   
 Material:  High temperature silicone
 Durability:  Excellent
 Resealing:  Excellent
 Solvent Resistance:  Excellent
 Tear Resistance:  Excellent
 Maximum Temperature:  350°C