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UFSC200MT Millipore

Amicon® Stirred Cell 200mL Maintenance kit (stir bar assembly, 2 each seals, tubing kit)

This Amicon stirred cell model provides high flow rates with solutions up to 10% macrosolute concentration. Capable of rapid concentration, or salt removal followed by concentration in the same unit.

  •  eCl@ss 32031690

  •  NACRES NB.24

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Quality Level   200
material   Nylon connector (Luer; on filtrate tubing)
  Tygon® tubing (for filtrate; E-3603)
  polyethylene tubing (pressure)
  polysulfone stir bar(s)
  silicone O-ring
  silicone gasket
product line   Amicon®
mfr. no.   Amicon®
parameter   200 mL process volume
application(s)   protein clean-up: suitable (desalting)
  protein purification: suitable (concentration)
  protein purification: suitable
H   15.5 cm (6.1 in.)
filter diam.   63.5 mm
filtration area   28.7 cm2
shipped in   ambient

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

Tygon is a registered trademark of Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp.

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Protocols & Articles

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User Guide: Amicon® Stirred Cells

Amicon® Stirred Cells are designed for rapid concentration and/or diafiltration of macromolecular solutions. Used in conjunction with an external compressed gas source and a magnetic stirrer, the sti...
Keywords: Detergents, Filtration, Oxidations

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