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Z222666 Aldrich

Centrex centrifugal filter

pore size 0.2 μm, Nylon

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Related Categories Centrifugation Supplies, Centrifuge Filtration, Centrifuge Tubes, Plastic, Centrifuge accessories, Filtration Supplies,
material   Nylon
mfr. no.   Whatman 10467010
  Whatman Article No., 28415921 (US reference)
packaging   pkg of 250 (filters)
size   5.0 mL
pore size   0.2 μm

Description

General description

CENTREX centrifuge filters are supplied with a range of filtration and separation media. 1.5 mL and 5.0 mL sterile and nonsterile versions are available.

Features and Benefits:
• Centrifugal filter units with various types of membrane filter
• Rapid and simple preparation of a large number of samples
• More than six samples can be processed at once
• Ideal for automated systems and high-speed batch filtration with robots
• Considerably reduced contamination risk when working with radioactive biologically hazardous material
• Cross contamination avoided

Applications:
• 0.45 μm cellulose acetate membrane for the rapid elution of agarose gels
• Nylon, regenerated cellulose and cellulose acetate membranes for the removal of particles and microorganisms from HPLC samples
• Sample preparation for quality control
• Glass fiber for the filtration of very highly loaded samples or a prefilter before a further filtration step

Other Notes

Field of Use: For internal research use only. Products are not intended for diagnostic use or resale.

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