Whatman™ GD/X Sterile PES Syringe Filters

Processes three to seven times more sample volume than filters without prefilter. Whatman™ GD/X Sterile PES Syringe Filters are specifically designed for filtration of viscous or otherwise hard-to-filter samples with high solids content.

Overview
Brand: Whatman™

Manufacturer Part Number: 6896-2502

UNSPSC: 41104922

Code: 75

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.19000kg



Product Code. 10798191

Quantity Price
1 £ 163.0 / Pack of 50
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Description and Specification

Specification

Volume (Metric) >10mL
Diameter (Metric) 25mm
Autoclavable Yes
Inlet Style Female luer lock
Outlet Style Male luer
Pore Size 0.2μm
Housing Material Polypropylene (PP)
Filtration Area (Metric) 4.6cm2
Pressure Rating 75 psi
Quantity 50/pk.
Material Polyethersulfone (PES)
Disposable Yes

Constructed of a polypropylene housing with a prefiltration stack of Whatman GMF 150 (graded density) and GF/F glass microfiber prefilters. This design prevents the buildup of back pressure typically caused by the blocking of an unprotected membrane.
  • Syringe filter with integrated prefiltration
  • Female Luer-Lok™ inlet; male slip Luer outlet
  • Flow should enter from the inlet
  • Autoclavable at 121°C (250°F) at 15psi for 20 min.
  • Maximum temperature, 131°C (267°F) Filtration area: 13mm - 1.3cm2; 25mm - 4.6cm2 Pressure limit: 13mm - 100psi; 25mm - 75psi
  • All materials biosafe—pass USP Class VI requirements
  • Prefiltration media: 100% Borosilicate glass fiber GMF 150 10μm: 1μm GF/F 0.7μm
  • Disposable filtration devices provide labor saving efficiency while ensuring consistent filter performance
  • High loading capacity for samples with high solids content
  • Suitable for capillary electrophoresis, HPLC, and UV/VIS sample preparation

Nonsterile GD/X filters are available in two diameters: 13 mm and 25 mm, and three pore sizes: 0.2 µm, 0.45 µm, and 5 µm


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