Hydrosart® high performance membrane is a stabilized cellulose based membrane that has been optimized for biopharmaceutical process applications.
- Hydrosart® is stable across a broad pH range.
- Hydrosart® is extremely hydrophilic, making it non-protein binding, and virtually non-fouling.
- Membrane cleaning, storage and depyrogenation can be accomplished by using NaOH even at elevated temperatures and concentrations.
These features make Hydrosart® an ideal membrane for biological applications.
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Hydrosart® ultrafiltration membranes are designed for use in the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries. They can be used for the following applications: Oligonucleotide. proteins (albumin - even with 40% EtOH - . hemoglobin). coagulation factors (factor VIII. factor III). vaccines (tetanus. diphteria). monoclonal antibodies.
Hydrosart® is virtually non-fouling and shows minimal adsorption of proteins. viruses. etc. Membrane retention is unaffected by repeated use. The Hydrosart® ultrafiltration membrane can be re-used without any loss of integrity or performance. Hydrosart® ultrafiltration cassettes have been validated to withstand in-line steam sterilization without any loss or changes in membrane retention.
Depending on product viscosity and feed flow requirements, Hydrosart® Ultrafilter can be selected in a choice of two different screens.
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