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SLCR033

Millipore

Millex® hydrophilic PTFE syringe filter

pore size 0.45 μm, diam. 33 mm, non-sterile

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Synonym(s):
0.45 μm PTFE syringe filter, Millex-LCR syringe filter, disposable syringe filter, syringe filter
eCl@ss:
32031690

material

PTFE membrane
polypropylene housing

sterility

non-sterile

product line

Millex®

feature

holdup volume≤ 80 μL (after air purge)
hydrophilic

manufacturer/tradename

Millex®

parameter

45 °C max. temp.
8.6 bar max. inlet pressure (125 psi)

technique(s)

HPLC: suitable
UV/Vis spectroscopy: suitable
analytical sample preparation: suitable

H

27 mm

diam.

33 mm

filtration area

4.5 cm2

volume

100 mL

color

light blue

pore size

0.45 μm

input

sample type aqueous solution(s)
sample type organic solution(s)

bubble point

≥1.6 bar, air with water at 23 °C

fitting

female Luer-Lok® inlet
male Luer outlet slip

General description

Filter Code: LCR
HPLC is certified for low levels of UV-absorbing extractable
SLCR033NS replaces SLCR025NS
SLCR033NB replaces SLCR025NB
SLCR033NK replaces SLCR025NK

MILLEX® LCR Syringe Filter is a nonsterile, HPLC-certified syringe filter that contains an 0.20µm hydrophilic PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) membrane. This syringe filter is recommended for filtering 10-100 milliliter (mL) volumes to remove particles prior to instrumentation analysis. The single-use disposable filter removes particles larger than the membrane′s rated pore size.

Application

MILLEX® LCR Syringe Filter may be used for sample filtration before ultra-high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC), HPLC, and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS).

Features and Benefits

  • HPLC-certified for low levels of UV-absorbing extractables
  • Hydrophilic PTFE membranes exhibit low analyte binding and broad solvent compatibility, enabling the filtration of aqueous and organic solvents
  • Polypropylene housing material provides low levels of extractable and broad chemical compatibility
  • Recommended sample volume: 10-100mL
  • Light blue band for easy identification

Packaging

non sterile

Specifications

For general laboratory use only

Physical form

Color Code: Light Blue

Legal Information

Luer-Lok is a registered trademark of Becton-Dickinson & Co.
Millex is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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