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Cellulose Acetate, 0.20 ìm, 25 mm Dia.

Product Description
• Hydrophilic membrane
• Ideal for aqueous based samples, tissue culture media filtration and sensitive biological samples
• Very low protein binding membrane, lower than PVDF and PES membranes
• Lower chemical resistance than Regenerated Cellulose
• Maximum operating temperature 110°C

Not suitable for use with organic solvents

The Q-Fil range of Certified Syringe Filters set the new Quality standard for today’s laboratory syringe filters.
Manufactured from the highest quality medical grade high density polypropylene Q-Fil Certified Syringe Filters provide excellent chemical compatibility with acids, alcohols, bases, ethers, glycols, ketones and oils, with maximum operating temperatures of 135°C.
Every colour-coded filter is printed with the individual batch number, details of the membrane material and its pore size, on the outside rim of the filter, making them unique for traceability, GLPs and validation purposes.
Q-Fil Certified Syringe Filters -
• Manufactured in compliance with ISO 9001:2000 quality procedures.
• Are supplied with a Certificate of Analysis and Conformance to guarantee its batch to batch quality and performance.
• Are available in the most popular sizes, porosities and membrane types.
• Provide excellent resistance to all routinely used HPLC solvents.
• Have filter housings manufactured from high density medical grade polypropylene.
• Contain extremely low level of extractables for highly sensitive work.
• Luer connections fully comply with ISO 594-1.
• Filters are available with standard and 'Slim Tip' sized outlets.

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Product Cellulose Acetate, 0.20 ìm, 25 mm Dia.
Company Greyhound Chromatography - Products
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Catalog Number 40-100061
Quantity 100
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Greyhound Chromatography - Products
Greyhound Chromatography and Allied Chemicals, 6 Kelvin Park, Birkenhead, Merseyside, United Kingdom CH41 1LT

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