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Whatman® AUTOCUP disposable filter funnel

nylon, 0.45 μm, 250/pk

Synonym: disposable filter funnels, filter funnels



Related Categories Filter Funnel, Filtration Supplies, Labware, Manufacturer Browser, Whatman,
material   Nylon membrane
mfr. no.   Whatman 1602-0465
  Whatman Article No., 28418276 (US reference)
packaging   pack of 250
parameter   10 psi max. pressure
filter area   4.7 cm2
filter diam.   25.7 mm
volume   250 mL
pore size   0.45 μm


General description

The AUTOCUP filter funnel is a convenient, disposable device for bath filtration of samples. Designed specifically for use with automated systems, AUTOCUP can also be used with a standard flask or manifold under vacuum. The device is fully compatible with Zymark® automated systems.

AUTOCUP is manufactured from pigment-free polypropylene and contains a choice of Nylon or PTFE membrance for use with aqueous and solvent solutions.

Features and Benefits:

• 20 mL sample volume, ideal for batch processing of laboratory samples
• Manufactured using no adhesives or additives. Ensures sample purity
• Versatile and easy to use. Suitable for use under vacuum or in automated systems

• Drug discovery synthesis
• Sample clarification
• Sample filtration
• Combinatorial chemistry
• Batch preparation

Other Notes

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

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Whatman is a registered trademark of GE Healthcare

Zymark is a registered trademark of Sotax Corporation

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