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Sartolab® RF 250, 0.22 µm, PES Vacuum Filtration Units for 250 mL Samples

Sartolab® RF 250, 0.22 µm, PES, vacuum filtration units are single-use units for the sterile filtration of sample volumes up to 250 mL.

User Benefits

  • Highest flow rates with a large filtration area

  • No loss of protein with a low protein affinity membrane

  • Low hold-up volume due to an optimized membrane support

  • Can be used as stand-alone system or with the Sartolab® Multistation, which allows parallel filtration of up to 6 samples

Item no.:  180E03---------E

Price:  $97.00

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The Sartolab® RF vacuum filtration unit is comprised of:

  • A graduated funnel with a polyethersulfone (PES) membrane, a vacuum adapter and a lid

  • A bottle, with graduation and writing field

  • A tube connector for vacuum connection (for stand-alone filtration)

  • A screw cap for storage of the filtrate (individually wrapped to maintain sterility)

Catalog

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Datasheet

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Dimensions

  • Filter Diameter
    80 mm
  • Filtration Area
    43 cm²
  • Neck Size Bottle Top Units
    ⌀ 45 mm

General Specifications

  • Device Format
    RF (with receiver flask)

Volumes

  • Filling Volume
    250 mL
  • Funnel Volume
    250 mL
  • Receiver Flask Volume
    250 mL
  • Volume
    250 mL

eShop Dynamic Attributes

  • Application Area
    Clarification
  • Delivery Condition
    Sterile
  • Device Type
    Vacuum Filtration Units
  • Housing Material
    Polystyrene (PS)
  • Membrane Material
    Polyethersulfone (PES)
  • Pore Size
    0.22 µm
  • Sample Type
    • Aqueous
    • Solvents and harsh liquids according to chemical compatibility
  • Sterilization Method
    E-Beam (beta) irradiation
  • Wettability
    Hydrophilic