- Vaccines and Blood & Plasma
- Protection of downstream equipment and CA final membrane filters
- Bioburden reduction
- Highest product yields
- Ultra-low unspecific binding membrane
- More economical process flow
- Increased total throughput performance
Two variants are available. Either a heterogeneous double layer for highest protection and total throughput performance (3.0 µm|0.8 µm or 0.8 µm|0.65 µm combination) or single layer (0.45 µm or 0.2 µm) membrane constellation for highest flow rates.
Power of glass fleece
The heterogeneous double layer (3.0 µm|0.8 µm or 0.8 µm|0.65 µm combination) is protected by a layer of glass fleece. This increased the total throughput performance of the membrane double layer and adds an adsorptive component to your filtration process.
For highest process flexibility all Sartoclean® filters are available for conventional or single use applications. All filter elements are available in various sizes and adapter combinations. Review the selection guide in our supporting resources literature.
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".
GMP ComplianceThis product was manufactured in conformance with established Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) standards.
Filtration Area17.3 cm²
Materials of Construction
Depth Filter MaterialCellulose Acetate (CA)
Housing MaterialPolypropylene (PP)
Material PrefiltersCellulose Acetate (CA)
Membrane MaterialCellulose Acetate (CA)
Maximum Differential Pressure20 °C: 5 bar; 80 °C: 2 bar
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.
Retention Rate0.8 µm
Filter TypeFlat disc Capsules
Sterilization ProceduresAutoclaving: 1 cycle at max. 134 °C, 2 bar | 29 psi, 30 min.