Chromatography Resins

Basic Principles

Chromatography is a technology that achieves separation based on the different distribution coefficients of a substance between the stationary phase and the mobile phase.

In the field of industrial biotechnology, chromatographic resin is important component of separation processes, commonly known as stationary phases. Based on basic characteristics, they can be mainly divided into the following types:

Ion Exchange Resins: This resin has the ability to selectively adsorb and release ions. They usually contain charged groups that can exchange with ions in the solution, achieving ion separation and enrichment.

Adsorption Resins: This type of resin uses hydrophobic adsorption to separate the components in the mixture, and macroporous adsorption resins do not have exchangeable ion groups.

SmarSEP focuses on the application and optimization of industrial grade continuous chromatography, applied in multiple fields such as sugars, polyols, amino acids, organic acids, vitamins, and fine chemicals.

Chromatography Resins

The selection of chromatographic resin depends on various factors such as separation target, material properties, and separation conditions. Different types of chromatography resins have different separation abilities and selectivity. After years of industrial experiences, SmarSEP selected and recommend the following chromatography resins for different applications.