AABG02500 | MF-Millipore Membrane Filter, mixed cellulose esters, Hydrophilic, 0.8 µm, 25 mm, black, gridded

AABG02500
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      Catalogue Number AABG02500
      Trade Name
      • MF-Millipore
      Description MF-Millipore Membrane Filter, mixed cellulose esters, Hydrophilic, 0.8 µm, 25 mm, black, gridded
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      Product Information
      Filter Code AABG
      Filter Color Black
      Maximum Operating Temperature, °C 75
      Applications
      Application This 25 mm MF-Millipore membrane is composed of mixed cellulose membrane & has a 0.8 um pore size. With biologically inert mixtures of cellulose acetate & cellulose nitrate, MF-Millipore membranes are widely used in analytical/research applications.
      Biological Information
      Incubation Temperature, °C Filter Discs/Sheets
      Media MF-Millipore
      Wettability Hydrophilic
      Physicochemical Information
      Pore Size (µm) 0.8
      Air Flow Rate, L/min x cm² 16
      Bubble Point at 23 °C ≥1.0 bar, air with water
      Gravimetric Extractables (%) 4
      Porosity % 82
      Water Flow Rate, mL/min x cm² 190
      Vacuum Limit Filter membranes
      Dimensions
      Filter Surface Gridded
      Thickness, µm 150
      Filter Diameter (mm) 25
      Materials Information
      Chemistry
      • Mixed Cellulose Esters
      Toxicological Information
      Safety Information according to GHS
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      Product Usage Statements
      Storage and Shipping Information
      Packaging Information
      Material Size 100
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