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Glass Microfiber Filters with Binder

These filters are mostly used either for monitoring air and gas or as prefilter. They are manufactured with synthetic binding agents to ensure that the filter has a defined strength. They are mechanically and chemically stable, have a temperature resistance up to 180°C and – depending on the binding agent used – are either hydrophobic or hydrophilic.

   

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Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Item no.: 13400--25------Q

$149.00

500 Pieces

The filters, grade 13400, are mostly used as prefilters.

Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13430
Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13430
Item no.: 13430--75------S

The filters, grade 13430, are mostly used as prefilters.

Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Item no.: 13400-120------K

$105.00

50 Pieces

The filters, grade 13400, are mostly used as prefilters.

Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Item no.: 13400--20------S

$74.00

200 Pieces

The filters, grade 13400, are mostly used as prefilters.

Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Glass Microfiber Filters / Grade 13400
Item no.: 13400-260------K

The filters, grade 13400, are mostly used as prefilters.

  • Mechanically and chemically stable
  • Temperature resistant up to 180°C
  • Hydrophilic and hydrophobic versions

Brochure

Papiers filtres pour les laboratoires et l’industrie
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Carte da filtro per il laboratorio e l’industria
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Filter Papers for the Laboratory and Industry
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宣传手册:实验室过滤产品精简目录
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Catalog

Laboratory Filtration Products
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Glass Microfiber Filters without Binder

Binder-free glass microfiber filters are recommended for analytical and gravimetric analyses and also as prefilters. These filters combine fast flow rates with high load capacity and the retention of very fine particles; they are biologically inert, are resistant to most chemicals and withstand temperatures up to 500 °C (grade 550-HA up to 550 °C).