COBETTER Hydrophobic PP Syringe Filters Non-sterile 100pcs/pk

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Part No. SFUPP-2013
Regular price $31.50 USD
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Connections Inlet Female Luer Lock
Outlet Male Luer Slip
Materials Housing
Polypropylene
Membrane Polypropylene
Wettability Hydrophobic
Physical Properties Pore Size 0.2 μm, 0.45 μm, 1.0 μm, 3.0 μm 5.0 μm, 10.0μm
Filter Diameter
13mm 25mm
Filtration Area
0.72cm² 3.4cm²
Maximum Operating Pressure
6bar 3bar
pH Range 1.0 – 14.0
Sterility Delivery Condition Nonsterile
Sterilization Method Not Recommended
Package Pack Size 100pcs
Packaging Bulk packed


Performance

Filter Diameter Pore Size Flow Rate (mL/min@0.21Mpa,
20°C, 210kPa, 30psi)
13mm 0.22μm 157
0.45μm 774
25mm 0.22μm 762
0.45μm
1.0μm
5.0μm 2322


Naturally hydrophobic and are good choice for filtration of aqueous or organic solutions with high levels of debris and aggressive solutions. It has a wide range of chemical compatibility with organic solvents. It's versatile and cost-effective with a long list of chemical resistances like acids, bases, alcohols, and esters.

Features

· Fast flow rate

· Wide chemical compatibility

· High rentention efficiency

· High porosity

· Low non-specific binding

· Large dirt-holding capacity

· HPLC-certified

Applications

· For pre-filtration, clarification, fine particle removal of aqueous and organic solutions

· General sample preparation

· HPLC/GC sample filtration

Select by Volume

Sample Volume Filter Diameter Filtration Area Hold-up Volume Retention Volume
< 10mL 13mm 0.72 cm² < 25μl  < 25mL
10mL to 100mL 25mm 3.4 cm²  < 100μl < 100mL
100mL to 200mL 33mm 4.5 cm²  < 125μl < 125mL


How to use a syringe filter?

Choose the right type of membrane material based on the properties of your sample. Be careful of the chemical compatibility to avoid extractables and leachables. Read this article about How to choose a syringe filter.

1. Load the sample into the syringe.

2. Attach the filter to the luer-lock of the syringe with a twisting motion. Make sure it is securely attached.

3. Filter the sample. Hold the syringe and filter vertically, and gently press the plunger to push the sample through the filter. Take care not to apply too much force or you may damage the filter.

4. Discard the used filter and repeat for the next sample.

How to use a syringe filter?
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