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Nalgene® syringe filter units, disposable, polyethersulfone (PES) membrane

pore size 0.2 μm, diam. 13 mm

Synonym: syringe filters

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material   acrylic housing
  polyethersulfone membrane
sterility   sterile; γ-irradiated
packaging   case of 50
mfr. no.   Nalgene, 180-1320
diam.   13 mm
volume   ≤10 mL
pore size   0.2 μm
fitting   inlet female Luer (lock)
  outlet male Luer
suitability   suitable for (cell/tissue culture applications)



(1) Cell/ tissue culture applications and (2) Hydrophilic and low protein binding with low extractables.

Recommended for cell/tissue culture applications.

General description

The universal tissue culture membrane (PES), offers higher flow rates, lower protein binding and lower extractables than competitive cellulosic membranes. Inherently hydrophilic; contains no external wetting agents.

• Sample volume size: 2-10 mL
• Inlet: Female Luer-Lok®
• Outlet: Male Luer slip

Certified sterile, non-cytotoxic and non-pyrogenic. Do not autoclave.

Legal Information

Luer-Lok is a registered trademark of Becton-Dickinson & Co.

Nalgene is a registered trademark of Thermo Fisher Scientific or its subsidiaries

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Z741696 Nalgene® syringe filter units, disposable, polyethersulfone (PES) membrane, pore size 0.2 μm, filter diam. 13 mm

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