Sartorius™ Minisart™ Plus Syringe Filters

Includes a glass fiber pre-filter for difficult to filter liquids. Sartorius™ Minisart™ Plus Syringe Filters are single-use, complete filtration units with a surfactant-free cellulose acetate membrane. Choose from three color-coded pore sizes in sterile or non-sterile options.

Brand: Sartorius™

Manufacturer Part Number: 17823----------K

X50 FILTERS,MINISART PLUS 0.2┬ÁM (PACK OF 50)0.2 um blue w/pre-filter

UNSPSC: 41104922

Code: 53

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.40000kg

Product Code. 10730792

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Description and Specification


Type Syringe Filter
Diameter (Metric) 28mm
Material Surfactant-free Cellulose Acetate (SFCA) plus glass fiber
Pressure Rating 4.5bar
Applications For rapid small volume sterilization
Hold up Volume (After Air Purge) 0.1mL
Housing Material Metaacrylate butadiene styrene polymerisate (MBS)
Color Code Blue
Disposable Yes
Filter Type Hydrophillic
Filtration Area (Metric) 5.16cm2
Inlet Style Female Luer Lock
Outlet Style Male Luer Lock
Quantity 50/pk.
Pore Size 0.2μm
Sterile Yes

Rapid small volume sterilization
  • Specially designed for sterilizing filtration of difficult-to-filter liquids
  • Contains a glass fiber prefilter on top of the cellulose acetate membrane
  • Units are almost free of leachables and extractables, and reliably filter with no leakage
  • Available in three color-coded pore sizes: 0.2µm (blue), 0.45µm (yellow) or 1.2µm (red)
  • Filtration so effective it can double the throughput
  • Ideal for sample cleaning, particle removal and sterile filtration of aqueous solutions
Maximum user convenience
  • Complete units are ready to use
  • Single use/disposable filter units
  • Female luer lock inlet with male leur lock outlet connectors
  • Proven quality and 100% tested during manufacture
  • Sterile (via ethylene oxide) and non-sterile units available

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