Syringe Filters, Polyvinylidene Difluoride (PVDF), Glass Microfiber Prefilter, 0.22um, Sterile, 13mm, 100/pack
Syringe Filters, Polyvinylidene Difluoride (PVDF), Glass Microfiber Prefilter, Sterile, 0.45(μm), 13mm, 100/pack
Syringe Filters Polyvinylidene Difluoride (PVDF)
HPLC Certified High-quality and cost-effective Syringe Filters are available in a broad range of membrane materials with sterile and non-sterile packaging options.
Polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) - Hydrophobic
- This membrane features a stability and hydrophobic interactions similar to PTFE.
- Recommended especially for filtration of water-soluble oligomers and polymers, e.g. protein solutions.
- Can also be used for the filtration of hydrophobic substances in different organic solvents.
Glass Fiber Prefilters
- For viscose solutions or for turbid liquids
- Ideal for use as a prefilter in series with other syringe filters
- Glass microfiber filter media enclosed in this series is binderless 1.0µm retention
- Reduces clogging of the membrane, so ideal as a prefilter to increase throughput and flow rate
- Ideal for dissolution testing and general filtration
- Applicable to all membrane types, allowing higher flow rates
- Good compatibility with strong acids, bases and organic solvents
- Similar in composition to I.W. Tremont binderless borosilicate glass microfiber media available as disks and sheets
Features of our Syringe Filters:
- Luer-Lok™ and pressure fitting
- Ultrasonically bonded for reliability
- Filter media type clearly inscribed on barrel
- Excellent unit-to-unit and lot-to-lot reproducibility and consistency
- High purity virgin polypropylene housing, no dyes or pigments added
- Every unit type is available as an individually wrapped gamma sterilized pack
- Unique concentric funnel shaped barrel increases volume and decreases back pressure
|Surface area (cm2):||0.65|
|Sample volume (ml):||<15|
|Maximum pressure (bar):||45|
|Hold up volume (μl):||8.5|
|Conncector outlet:||luer-slip (non-barb)|
|Membrane Material||PVDF (Polyvinylidene Difluoride)|