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Whatman® high performance cellulose extraction thimbles

I.D. × H 30 mm × 100 mm

Synonym: Whatman filter, cellulose filter, paper filter

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Cellulose extraction thimbles are produced from high-quality alpha cellulose cotton linter and have excellent mechanical strength and retention. All thimbles are single thickness having a wall thickness of approximately 1 mm, except for Z565636 which is a double wall thickness of approximately 2 mm; good for applications where higher retention and increased wet or dry strength, or rigidity are required.

Use with Büchi extraction units

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Global SIAL customers (excluding Japan) can now order any product from the GE Healthcare Life Sciences consumables portfolio (prepack only) using GE′s product numbering system.

The legacy GE Whatman products that use the SIAL "Z" product numbering system will be discontinued and directly replaced with a product number using a "WHA" prefix plus the GE product code. For reference, the legacy "Z" product number is identified as a synonym on the "WHA" product number listing.

This product has been replaced by WHA2800300-ALDRICH | Whatman high performance cellulose extraction thimbles, I.D. × H 30 mm × 100 mm

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WHA2800300 Whatman® high performance cellulose extraction thimbles, I.D. × H 30 mm × 100 mm

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