Sartorius™ Minisart™ SRP Syringe Filters

Designed for ultracleaning of small volume samples for the HPLC or GC analysis. Sartorius™ Minisart™ SRP Syringe Filters are single-use filtration units with a chemically resistant PTFE membrane and male luer slip outlet. Available in 4, 15 and 25mm diameter filters with 0.2 or 0.45 µm pores.

Overview
Brand: Sartorius™

Manufacturer Part Number: 17820----------K

X500 MINISART SRP PTFE 0,45µ 4MM(VE=500 Stck.)

UNSPSC: 41120000

Code: NEW

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.10000kg



Product Code. 10479701

Quantity Price
1 £ 590.49 / Pack of 500
Estimated Shipment
31-01-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

Type Syringe Filter
Diameter (Metric) 4mm
Material Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
Pressure Rating 4.5bar
Applications For simple, rapid and reliable ultracleaning of small volume samples for the HPLC or GC analysis.
Hold up Volume (After Air Purge) 1µl
Housing Material Polypropylene
Disposable Yes
Filter Type Hydrophobic
Filtration Area (Metric) 6.5mm2
Inlet Style Female Luer Lock
Outlet Style Male Luer Slip
Quantity 50/pk.
Pore Size 0.45μm
Sterile No

Simple, rapid and reliable ultracleaning
  • Feature a coating-free, hydrophobic PTFE membrane that is chemically inert
  • Ideal for filtering small volume samples to be used in HPLC or GC analysis
  • Chemically-resistant for compatibility with solvents (e.g. acetone, dimethylformamide and DMSO) or aggressive aqueous liquids
  • Units are almost free of leachables and extractables, and reliably filter with no leakage
  • Low adsorption of analytes and maximum chemical compatibility
Maximum user convenience
  • Provides rapid sterilization with high flow rates at low inlet pressures
  • Complete, single-use units are ready to use and easy to handle
  • Female luer lock inlet with male luer slip outlet connectors
  • Proven quality and 100% tested during manufacture
  • Sterile (ethylene oxide) option available
Minisart™ SRP 15mm units with small spike outlet is recommended for filtering narrow-necked vials