MS® Syringe Filters 30mm NYLON 0.22µm/0.45µm non-sterile

MS® Syringe Filters are simply quality filters, and offered at a fair and competitive price. The nylon filter which is supplied in 30mm formats in New Nylon housings. MS® Syringe filters are purpose-built with features designed to bring the highest levels of performance and purity to your research. MS® Nylon syringe...
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Syringe Filters

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MS® Syringe Filters are simply quality filters, and offered at a fair and competitive price. The nylon filter which is supplied in 30mm formats in New Nylon housings. MS® Syringe filters are purpose-built with features designed to bring the highest levels of performance and purity to your research. MS® Nylon syringe filters offer universal application for analytical procedures. Offered in two pore sizes 0.22 and 0.45 micron. These filters are non-sterile and are not in a individual casing.

  • Membrane: HPLC Certified Nylon
  • Wettability: Hydropillic
  • Use with: Bases, most HPLC solvents, alcohols, aromatic hydrocarbons, THF
  • Don’t use with: Acids, aggressive halogenated hydrocarbons, protein samples
  • Sterilisation: Syringe filters can be sterilised by autoclave at 125° for 15 minutes.
  • Applications: General laboratory filtration, most, most HPLC samples
  • Burst pressure (PSI): 87
  • Filteration Area (cm2): 4.9
  • Holdup Volume (ul): <120
  • Volume Throughput (ml): <100
  • Max Operating Tempature (oC): 100
  • Flow Rate (ml/min@10psi): 0.22µm 51-54 0.45µm 95-118
Nylon membranes are naturally hydrophilic and are recommended for applications requiring very low extractables since they do not contain any wetting agents, detergents or surfactants. Their greater chemical resistance makes them better for filtering more aggressive solutions, such as benzyl alcohols and DMSO. However, like cellulose nitrate membranes, they may bind greater amounts of proteins and other macromolecules than do the cellulose acetate or PES membranes. They are recommended for filtering protein-free culture media.