Analytical Stainless Steel Filter Holder

Filter holder for small-volume contamination or biological analysis



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Filter Holder and Replacement Parts Kit Clear Sorting & Filtering
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XX3001240Analytical Filter Holder 13 mm, stainless steel 1 Show Pricing & Availability
XX30012RKSwinny 13 mm Replacement Parts Kit 1 Show Pricing & Availability

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WP6222050High Output Pump, 220 V/50 Hz 1 Show Pricing & Availability
XX1004705Vacuum filtering flask, 1 L 1 Show Pricing & Availability
XX1004708No. 8 perforated stopper, silicone 5 Show Pricing & Availability
XX7100004Tubing, 3/16 in. ID x 140 cm, silicone 1 Show Pricing & Availability

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    What is the pore (or screen mesh) size of the stainless screens in the Analytical filter holders?
    Filter Holder Catalog #Screen Catalog #Mesh Size
    XX3001200XX3001210150 microns
    XX3001240XX3001210150 microns
    XX3002500XX3002510150 microns
    XX4002500XX3002510150 microns
    XX6602500XX3002510150 microns
    XX6702500XX3002510150 microns
    XX4502500XX4502504150 microns
    XX4404700XX4204709150 microns
    XX4404702 150-300 microns
    XX4504700XX45047041680 microns
    YY3009000YY3009054 150-300 microns
    YY3014236 YY3014234150-300 microns
    YY3029316YY3029354150-300 microns
    All screens shown above are photo-etched, and are made of 316 stainless steel.
    XX1002530 XX5002501125 microns
    XX1002540XX5002501125 microns
    XX1004730XX2004708125 microns
    XX2004720 XX2004708125 microns
    XX4004700XX4004704125 microns
    All screens shown immediately above are woven mesh, and are made of 304 stainless steel.
    I just purchased one of your stainless filter holders and after only a few uses it is starting to rust. Is the unit defective?Rusting of stainless steel holders can usually be attributed to high iron content in the water. Iron deposits create rust "stains" that can be removed with non abrasive cleaners or sometimes fine steel wool. All stainless steel can rust over time. It should be washed with DI water and dried thoroughly immediately after each use.