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Polycarbonate Track-Etched Membrane Filters / 0.2 µm / 47 mm Discs

These hydrophilic polycarbonate track-etched filters are manufactured from high quality polycarbonate film using track-etch technology. They have a sharply defined pore size of 0.2 µm with a pore density of 5.0E+08 cm². Pack of 100 white 47 mm discs that have a high chemical resistance and good thermal stability for accurate fractionation of particulates. Smooth, flat surface for good visibility.

Item no.:  23007--47------N

Price (USD):  $185.00

100 Pieces

  • Sharply defined pore sizes for accurate separation and retention of particles
  • Smooth and translucent surface for excellent visibility of the retained particles
  • Capture of the particles on the surface of the filter for precise quantification and reading under light microscopes or for SEM
  • Filter diameter of 47 mm
  • Pack of 100 polycarbonate (PC) track-etched filters


Filter Papers for the Laboratory and Industry
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Laboratory Filtration Products
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Polycarbonate Track-Etched Filters
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  • Application
    • Filtration of Aqueous Solutions
    • Solvent Filtration-mixtures
    • Air/Gas Filtration
  • Application Area
    Particle Analysis


  • Filter Diameter
    ⌀ 47 mm
  • Membrane Thickness
    25 µm

General Specifications

  • Filter Format
  • Filter Paper/Membrane Color
  • Flow Rate
    ≥ 10 mL/min/cm²/0.7 bar (Water)
  • Grade
  • Membrane Color | Grid Color
    white (w/o grid)

Materials of Construction

  • Filter Material
    Polycarbonate (PC)
  • Materials of Construction
    Polycarbonate (PC) membrane
  • Membrane Material
    Polycarbonate (PC)

Physicochemical Information

  • Bubble Point
    3.5 bar
  • Burst Pressure
    ≥ 0.7 bar
  • Pore Density (cm²)
  • Pore Size
    0.2 µm
  • Thermal Stability
    140 °C
  • Wettability

Product Information

  • Filter Type
    Membrane Filters
  • Pack Size
  • Packaging
    Non-sterile, bulk packed


  • Delivery Condition

Usage Protocols

  • Sterilization Procedures
    By autoclaving at 121 °C