Whatman™ GD/X 13 and 25mm Disposable Syringe Filters - Glass Fiber (GF)

All glass fiber membranes are made of borosilicate glass microfibers

Brand: Whatman™

Manufacturer Part Number: 6882-1316


UNSPSC: 41120000

Code: A0

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.49000kg

Product Code. 11330324

Quantity Price
1 £438.90 / Pack of 150
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Description and Specification


Type Syringe Filter
Diameter (Metric) 13mm
Material Glass Fiber (GF)
Pressure Rating 100psi
Disposable Yes
Housing Material Polypropylene
Volume (Metric) Up to 10mL
Pore Size 1.6μm
Filtration Area (Metric) 1.3cm sq.
Inlet Style female Luer-Lok
Outlet Style male Luer slip
Quantity 150/Pk.

Designed for easy filtration of hard-to-filter samples. Use 13mm diameter filters for samples up to 10mL; 25mm size for samples greater than 10mL.

  • Polypropylene housing Variety of membrane choices
  • 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

GF/A -

  • For fine particle retention, high flowrate, good loading capacity
  • No binders
  • Used for filtration of precipitated proteins
  • Attains high counting efficiencies in radioassays of weak β-emitters
GF/B -
  • Provides higher wet strength and significantly increased loading capacity
  • Combines fine particle retention with good flowrate
GF/C -
  • Fine retention of particles and microorganisms, good flowrate, high loading capacity
  • Ideal for collecting suspended particles in potable water, natural and industrial wastes
GF/D -
  • For high loading capacity and wet strength, extremely high speed. Ideal for repetitive routine filtrations
GF/F -
  • Meets requirements of U.S. EPA Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)
  • Very rapid flowrate and extremely high loading capacity. Effective in filtering finely precipitated proteins