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Whatman™ Mini-UniPrep™ Amber Syringeless Filters

Produced with the same colorant used in pharmaceutical containers. Whatman™ Mini-UniPrep™ Amber Syringeless Filters provide an easier way to remove particulates from HPLC/UHPLC samples in one-third the time as compared to traditional syringe filters.

Brand:  Whatman™ UN203APEPP

Code : 69

Additional Details : Weight : 0.27000kg

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Product Code. 11308734

  • £168.00 / Pack of 100

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Whatman Mini-UniPrep™ Amber Syringeless Filters quickly and easily remove particulates from light-sensitive samples being prepared for HPLC/UHPLC analysis, while meeting USP specifications for light resistance.

  • Pre-assembled all-in-one filtration unit eliminates the need for syringe filter, syringe, vial and septum, reducing costs by up to 40%
  • Wide range of membrane choices in 0.2 and 0.45 µm pore sizes to meet specific sample application requirements
  • Compatible with most major autosamplers for high-throughput analysis
  • Fewer consumables required
  • Plunger contains a filtration membrane at one end and a pre-attached cap/septum at the other
  • Can be used either manually or with a compressor unit
  • Multi-sample compressor processes up to 6 samples at a time, further improving sample processing time and reducing hand stress
  • Designed to fit into any autosampler accommodating 12 x 32mm vials -OR-
    Septum can be pierced with needle and sample drawn off for manual injection into an analyzer


Autosampler, Compressor
Septa: polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) coated silicone rubber
Routine HPLC/UHPLC analysis; Composite assays; Content uniformity; Protein precipitation; Solubility testing; Dissolution testing; Sample filtration; Light sensitive samples; Ion chromatography
Polypropylene (PP)
Equivalent in size to 12 x 32mm vialsĀ 
Syringeless Filter
0.6 bar / 8 psi (to compress)
Polypropylene (PP)
Vial with incorporated filtration membrane, plunger and cap/septa