Sartocon® 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.: 3021463407E--SW
PES Ultrafiltration Cassettes are available in the following molecular weight cut offs: PES Max, 1 kDa, 5 kDa, 8 kDa, 10 kDa, 30 kDa, 50 kDa, 100 kDa, 300 kDa
Main applications are:
Bacterial Endotoxins< 0.18 EU/mL as determined by the LAL test
BiosafetyAll 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).
ExtractablesThe total amount of extractables is well below the limits established by the current USP unter "Sterile Water for Injection".
Filtration Area0.7 m²
Flow Channel GeometryProtein conc. >20% /or viscosity above.3cp
Filter ConfigurationSartocon Cassette
Ultrafilter8 kD Polyethersulfone Ultrafilter Membrane
Materials of Construction
Sealing CompoundSilicone White (High chemical resistance)
Maximum Inlet Pressure4 bar
pH StabilitypH 1 – 14
Non-Fiber ReleasingThis filter product complies with the title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), section 210.3(b)(6) and 211.72.
Filter TypeTFF Filter
The Sartoflow® 20 stainless steel holder with hydraulic is designed for TFF applications from 200 L to 2500 L volumes. The holder is optimized for use with 4 Sartocon® up to 20 Sartocube® production scale TFF 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.