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Vivaspin 6 centrifugal concentrator

MWCO 30,000 Da



Related Categories Centrifugal Concentration, Filtration Supplies, Labware, Manufacturer Browser, Sartorius Vivascience,
material   polycarbonate housing
  polyethersulfone membrane
description   PES membrane
sterility   non-sterile
packaging   package of 25 ea
mfr. no.   Sartorius
max. centrifugal force   10,000 × g
dead stop volume   30 μL
hold-up volume   10 μL
membrane area   2.5 cm2
tube size   ~15 mL
working volume   6 mL
pore size   30,000 Da MWCO


General description

The Vivaspin 6 centrifugal concentrator has been developed to offer increased volume flexibility and performance. Vivaspin 6 can be used in either swing bucket or fixed angle rotors (carriers accepting 15 mL and 50 mL bottles). Vivaspin features twin vertical membranes for unparalleled filtration speeds and 100X plus concentrations. Remaining volume is easy to read off the printed scales on the side of the concentrator and the modified dead stop pocket further simplifies direct pipette recovery of the final concentrate.

• Vivaspin centrifugal concentrators offer the optimal solution to any concentration or buffer exchange application with their broad range of volume capacities and MWCOs.
• Highest flow rates and recoveries are achieved due to their particular vertical membrane design.
• Incomparably safe sample handling and convenience is assured by the patented dead-stop technology allowing direct recovery of the concentrate without further re-spin.

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