VENT, ACRO 50 0.2 UM PTFE 72/PK
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Acro® 50 Vent Devices with PTFE Membrane - 0.2 µm, hose barb (72/pkg)

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Connections
Stepped Hose Barb
EFA (Effective Filtration Area)
19.6 cm²
Media
PTFE
Pore Size (Removal Rating)
0.2
Quantity
72 pkg
Size (Metric mm)
50 mm
Sterile
Non-sterile

Description

Pall 0.2 µm, hose barb (72/pkg)

Specifications

Materials of Construction

Filter Media: PTFE on a polypropylene support
Housing: Polypropylene

Filter Diameter

50 mm

Effective Filtration Area

19.6 cm2

Typical Air Flow Rates

0.2 μm: 8 Lpm at 0.2 bar (20 kPa, 3 psi)
0.45 μm: 12 Lpm at 0.2 bar (20 kPa, 3 psi)
1 μm: 15 Lpm at 0.2 bar (20 kPa, 3 psi)

Maximum Operating Temperature

130 °C (266 °F) at 1.0 bar (100 kPa, 15 psi)

Maximum Operating Pressure

4.1 bar (410 kPa, 60 psi) at ambient temperature

Dimensions

Overall Length: 8.2 cm (3.2 in.)
Diameter: 7.3 cm (2.9 in.)

Inlet/Outlet Connections

Stepped hose barbs, 6.4-12.7 mm (1/4-1/2 in.) diameter. Connections have internal taper design to accept male slip luer. The 0.2 μm pore size devices are available with 1/8 in. MNPT or 3/8 in. (9.5 mm) OD straight type connections. The 1 μm pore size device is also offered with a 1/8 in. MNPT connection.

Biological Safety

Passes United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Biological Reactivity Test, In Vivo

Minimum Bubble Point (IPA, 100%)

0.2 µm: 1.03 bar (103 kPa, 15 psi)
0.45 µm: 0.34 bar (34 kPa, 5 psi)
1 µm: 0.21 bar (21 kPa, 3 psi)


Sterilization

Autoclaving

Wrap the Acro 50 vent filter in autoclave paper and autoclave at 121-123 °C (250-253 °F) at approximately 1.0 bar (100 kPa, 15 psi) for a maximum of 20 minutes. Note: It may be necessary to run a drying cycle or air purge to remove residual condensation from the product before using. Reuse requires individual integrity testing and consideration for other problems including cross-contamination.

EtO

Specific cycles for sterilization and associated studies should be validated by the user.

Gamma Irradiation

Not recommended.

Type

Vent Filters

Use

Sterile Filtration and Clarification