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|Performance Characteristics of Waste Oil Emulsion Treatment by Ultrafiltration|
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|Amicon® Stirred Cell Quick Start Guide|
|Amicon® Stirred Cells User Guide|
Amicon® Stirred Cell AccessoriesThese accessories provide enhanced flexibility while operating Amicon Stirred Cells.
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Amicon® stirred cells are ideal for finely separating macrosolutes (DNA, RNA, protein, etc.) in large-volume (3 mL-400 mL) samples. They are also reliable tools for membrane analysis, because they allow users to insert membranes of choice. Stirred cells concentrate solutions with up to 10% initial macrosolute concentration with high flow rates and high recovery. They can be also used for salt removal followed by concentration in the same unit, and complete product recoveries can generally be achieved using the diafiltration setup as illustrated below.
Gentle magnetic stirring minimizes concentration polarization and shear denaturation. All stirred cells can be autoclaved. Amicon stirred cells are available in 5 difference sizes: 3 mL*, 10 mL*, 50 mL, 200mL and 400 mL.
*Please note 3 & 10 mL stirred cells are available in the Series 8000 model only.
Need to concentrate your sample gently, without centrifugation? Amicon® stirred cells concentrate samples rapidly but gently, using magnetic stirring to minimize concentration polarization and shear stress-induced denaturation. Providing high flow rates with solutions up to 10% macrosolute concentration, Amicon® stirred cells also enable salt removal followed by concentration in the same unit. Complete product recoveries can generally be achieved using the diafiltration set-up. All stirred cells can be autoclaved. Amicon® stirred cells are available in five different sizes: 3 mL, 10 mL, 50 mL, 200 mL and 400 mL.
Features & Benefits
- Ergonomic benefits: you will love how easy it is to open, close and assemble the new Amicon® stirred cell!
- Quick connectors to tubing for easy, secure setup.
- Integrated safety features: with screw threads and a pressure relief valve, there’s no need for external housing. This means easier assembly and disassembly, and very clear confirmation that the device is properly assembled.
- Overall superior integrity (no leaking).
- Broader selection of membrane discs.
- Fully revised user guide with clearer instructions for operation and how to connect to your gas source.
- Better spare part and accessory support.
- More secure stir bar eliminates risk of damage to your membrane.
Concentration, Buffer Exchange, Desalting
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|Cap, stir bar, body, membrane holder||Polysulfone|
|Base, stir bar support||Acetal|
|Filtrate tube||Tygon® tubing|
|Stir bar retaining ring, washer||316 stainless steel|
|Stirred Cell||Series 8000||New Model|
|Model 8003||Model 8010||50 mL||200 mL||400 mL|
|Maximum Working Volume, mL||3||10||50||200||400|
|Membrane Diameter, mm||25||25||44.5||63||76|
|Effective Membrane Area, cm2||0.9||4.1||13.4||28.7||41.8|
|Hold-up Volume without tubing, mL||0.07||0.2||Less than 0.5||Less than 1.0||Less than 1.25|
|Base, cm||6 x 6||6 x 6||6.6||8.4||9.9|