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Sartocon® ECO PES Cassette

PES membrane is a membrane polymer that is well established in the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries. It is a stable polymer featuring a broad pH and temperature range. PES membranes are designed for use in the biotechnical and pharmaceutical industries.

- Stable polymer featuring a broad pH and temperature range

- Minimal adsorption of proteins, viruses, etc.

- Membrane regeneration, storage and depyrogenation can be accomplished by using NaOH even at elevated temperatures

- Membrane retention is unaffected by repeated re-use

Item no.:  3M21465907E--SW

 

PES ECO ultrafiltration cassettes are available in the following molecular weight cut-offs: 10 kDa30 kDa100 kDa300 kDaHydrosart® ECO main applications are:IGgBlood factorsEnzymesPeptides"

Datasheet

Sartocon Eco - Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Cassettes
en 286.6 kB
Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Cassettes - Protein purification, concentration and diafiltration
en 281.4 kB

Compliance Information

  • Biosafety
    All materials of this filter element meet the requirements of the current USP Biological Reactivity tests <88> for plastics Class VI (Systemic Injection, Intracutaneous and Implantation tests).

Dimensions

  • Filtration Area
    0.7 m²

General Specifications

  • Ultrafilter
    30 kD Polyethersulfone Ultrafilter Membrane

Operating Conditions

  • Maximum Inlet Pressure
    4 bar
  • pH Stability
    pH 1 – 14

Physicochemical Information

  • MWCO
    30 kDa

Product Information

  • Filter Type
    TFF Filter
Sartoflow® 20, 1.4435, F/R38/P26, DIN

The Sartoflow® 20 stainless steel holder with hydraulic is designed for crossflow applications from 200 l to 2500 l volumes. The holder is optimized for use with 4 Sartocon® up to 20 Sartocube® production scale crossflow cassettes (max. 14 m2). Typical applications of the Sartoflow® 20 system includes concentration and diafiltration of proteins, vaccines, antibodies, oligo nucleotides, endotoxin removal etc., cell harvesting and clarification processes.