13 mm Non-sterile Millex Filter Units

13 mm Non-sterile Millex Filter Units
by EMD Millipore, a division of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany


Non-sterile Millex filter units offer unsurpassed quality, consistency, and reliability of results to accelerate the filtration process. The overmolded housing design provides a more robust filter, with a maximum housing pressure of 150 psig (10 bar) enabling solutions to be filtered faster. The optimized housing design maintains 50% less hold volume than traditional 13 mm filters to ensure maximu...read more

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Non-sterile Millex filter units offer unsurpassed quality, consistency, and reliability of results to accelerate the filtration process.
The overmolded housing design provides a more robust filter, with a maximum housing pressure of 150 psig (10 bar) enabling solutions to be filtered faster.
The optimized housing design maintains 50% less hold volume than traditional 13 mm filters to ensure maximum sample recovery.
A variety of membranes and polypropylene housings ensure chemical compatibility with a range of samples and solvents: Durapore (PVDF) filters combine fast flow with low protein binding, Nylon filters provide broad chemical compatibility for use with aqueous and organic solutions, EMD Millipore Express Plus (PES) filters have the fastest flowrates and higher throughput, and Hydrophobic PTFE filters have excellent solvent resistance and are ideal for HPLC sample preparation
The 13 mm Millex filter manufacturing process is fully automated from membrane cutting through device assembly and packaging to minimize the risk of contamination and meet pharmaceutical standards.

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13 mm Non-sterile Millex Filter Units by EMD Millipore, a division of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
13 mm Non-sterile Millex Filter Units

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