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Minisart® RC25 Syringe Filter, 0.45 µm Regenerated Cellulose

The Minisart® RC25 Syringe Filter is the ideal choice for reliable removal of particles, optimized for aqueous liquids and solvents.

Top Features of Minisart® Syringe Filters

  • Reliable particle removal
  • Optimized for aqueous liquids and solvents
  • Low adsorption of analytes and maximum chemical compatibility
  • Minimum extractables
  • Stable against DMSO

Popular Applications for Minisart® Syringe Filters

  • Removal of particles for aqueous liquids and solvents
  • Optimal Syringe filter for sample preparation prior analytical analysis
  • Batch HPLC certification with no ghost peaks

Item no.:  17765----------K

Price (USD):  $139.00

 

Minisart® RC25 Syringe Filter 0.45 µm Regenerated Cellulose RC filters are optimized for particle removal in aqueous liquids and solvents. Elimination of particles from your samples prior to HPLC or other chromatographic analysis is essential in order to maintain the integrity of your chromatography column and to maximize its operating lifetime. The Minisart® RC25 is optimized for sample preparation.

Regenerated Cellulose Membrane

The Minisart® RC25 Syringe Filter includes a regenerated cellulose (RC) membrane, which is hydrophilic. The membrane is low adsorption and solvent resistant. It is optimized for aqueous liquids and solvents with a pH of 3-14. As such, the RC membrane is uniquely suited for particle removal in these solvents.

Stability Against DMSO

The Minisart® RC25 Syringe Filter is compatible with and stable against DMSO. It is further compatible with other amides, ketones, esters and ethers.

Optimized for Sample Preparation

Minisart® Syringe Filters like the RC25 are optimized for sample preparation and consist of a polypropylene (PP) housing and membrane components featuring maximum chemical compatibility and minimum extractables to ensure excellent results.

Strict Standards in Manufacturing

Minisart® filters, including the RC25, are manufactured by Sartorius and are required to meet the strictest quality standards. As such, we set the standards in both high flow rates and total throughput.

Key Features of Minisart® RC25

Key features of the Minisart® RC25, like other Minisart® PP Standard Syringe Filters, include the low adsorption of analytes, maximum chemical compatibility and minimum extractables. The Minisart® RC25 Syringe Filter is an easy, reliable choice. For additional support and information regarding orders, storage and use, please consult the additional supporting materials or directly with our support personnel.

Catalog

Laboratory Filtration Products
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Flyer

Minisart® Syringe Filters for HPLC Sample Preparation
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Minisart® RC Syringe Filters for HPLC Sample Preparation — RC versus PVDF used with Methanol and Acetonitrile
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The Advantages of Minisart® Hydrophilic Syringe Filters for HPLC Sample Preparation
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User Manual

Instructions for Use - Minisart®-RC | SRP | NY | PES
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Minisart® Chemical Compatibility Guide
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HPLC-Certificate — Minisart® Syringe Filters for Sample Preparation – reliable and ultrapure
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Applications

  • Application Area
    • Analytical Sample Preparation
    • Clarification

Dimensions

  • Filter Diameter
    ⌀ 25 mm
  • Filtration Area
    4.8 cm²

General Specifications

  • Flow Rate
    ≥160 mL/min with water at 1 bar (14.5 psi) | ≥ 325 mL/min with methanol at 1 bar (14.5 psi)
  • Total Throughput
    Up to 100 mL
  • pH Range
    3.0 – 14.0

Materials of Construction

  • Housing Material
    Polypropylene (PP)

Operating Conditions

  • Maximum Allowable Working Temperature
    121 °C (250 °F)
  • Maximum Operating Pressure
    4.5 bar (65 psi)
  • Operating Pressure
    4.5 bar (65 psi)

Physicochemical Information

  • Bubble Point
    Min. value with water ≥ 2.0 bar (29 psi)
  • Burst Pressure
    ≥ 7.0 bar (102 psi)
  • Pore Size
    0.45 µm

Product Information

  • Pack Size
    50
  • Packaging
    Bulk packed

Usage Protocols

  • Sterilization Procedures
    • Ethylene oxide
    • Autoclave

Volumes

  • Hold-up Volume
    ≤100 – 200 µL