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Microfil® filtration head for EZ-Fit® Manifold (3 units)

General microbiological analysis

  •  NACRES NB.24



material   stainless steel
mfr. no.   EZ-Fit®
application(s)   bioburden testing: suitable
  water monitoring: suitable
input   sample type pharmaceutical(s)
sample type bottled water
sample type beer
sample type cosmetics
Featured Industry   Environmental


General description

MICROFIL® filtration head is designed to improve ease of use, reduce maintenance and limit the risk of contamination. A continuous rim allows easy and safe membrane transfer with forceps, reducing the risk of touching the membrane filtration area. The porous filtration support can be removed simply by pressing down anywhere around its edge. These filtration heads offer full compatibility with the EZ-FIT® Filtration Units, stainless steel, and glass funnels.


MICROFIL® filtration head is an accessory of the EZ-FIT® Manifold used during filtration of the test samples for general microbiological analysis, bioburden testing and water monitoring.


EZFITMIHE1: 1 unit
EZFITMIHE3: 3 units

Legal Information

EZ-FIT is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

MICROFIL is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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Protocols & Articles


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