EMD Millipore Millex™ Sterile Syringe Filters: Durapore™ PVFD Membrane

Designed for sterilizing and clarifying sterile solutions. EMD Millipore Millex™ Sterile Syringe Filters: MCE Membrane are ready-to-use, syringe-driven units that have never been touched by human hands during filter assembly. Feature 0.1, 0.22, 0.45 and 5.0µm pore sizes; medical-grade filters available.

Overview
Brand: EMD Millipore

Manufacturer Part Number: SLSV025LS

X50 Syringe filter Millex Durapore PVDF membranePVDF-Membran, EO-sterilisiert (VE=50Stck)

UNSPSC: 41104922

Code: 72

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.33000kg



Product Code. 10054850

Quantity Price
1 £ 179.0 / Pack of 50
In Stock 4
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Description and Specification

Specification

Certifications/Compliance Meets USP Class VI Biological tests for plastics. All 33mm filters are CE-marked and suitable for both medical and laboratory applications outside the U.S.
Diameter (Metric) 25mm
Material Durapore Hydrophilic Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF)
Color Yellow
Outlet Style Male Luer Slip
Temperature (Metric) 45°C
Sterile Yes
Type Syringe Filter
Quantity 50/pk.
Tip Material PVC
Pore Size 5μm
Applications Use for sterilization/clarification of water, buffers, and salt solutions
Inlet Style Female Luer Lok

  • 100% integrity tested, individually packaged, and sterilized
  • Female Luer-Lok™ inlet and male Luer slip outlet
  • Manufactured in a controlled environment using an automated process
  • Yellow color-coded band clearly indicates which membrane is inside
  • ≤0.22µm filters are sterilizing grade
  • Larger pore sizes are for clarification and prefiltration
  • Include a Certificate of Quality

Durapore™ (PVDF) membrane

  • Lowest protein binding sterilization/clarification of biological solutions
  • Made of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVFD)
  • Gamma irradiation sterilized
Compliance
  • Meet USP Class VI Biological tests for plastics
  • All 33mm filters are CE-marked and suitable for both medical and laboratory applications outside the U.S.

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