Laboratory / Analytical QC / HPLC/UHPLC Sample Preparation / Acrodisc One PSF Syringe Filter, 0.45 µm GXF/wwPTFE Membrane, Autopack tubes, 25 mm (200/pkg)
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Acrodisc One PSF Syringe Filter, 0.45 µm, GXF/wwPTFE Membrane, Autopack tubes, 25 mm (200/pkg)

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Pore Size
0.45 µm µm nominal
Alternate for
AP-4557
Diameter (Metric)
25 mm
Effective Filtration Area (Metric)
3.9 cm²
Filter Media
wwPTFE
Hold-Up Volume
<125 µL
Housing Material
polypropylene
Maximum Operating Pressure (bar)
6.2 bar
Maximum Operating Temperature (Metric)
55 °C
Replacement for
AP-4557
Typical Flow Rate
224 mL/min at 1.0 bar (100 kPa, 15 psi)

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Description

Syringe filters are used in analytical chemistry applications to remove particulate contamination prior to analysis. Filtering a sample prior to sample injection into analytical instrumentation will help protect sensitive parts of the instrument from particulate build-up and reduce system downtime. Sample filtration using syringe filters containing 0.45 μm (HPLC) or 0.2 μm (UHPLC) pore size membranes will also extend the life of chromatography columns by preventing particulate from blocking the flow path between the column packing.

Pall’s Acrodisc One PSF Syringe Filters with wwPTFE membranes have been designed to protect analytical instrumentation and improve the reliability of results. wwPTFE membrane devices are chemically compatible with a wide variety of common solvents and are suitable for use in both aqueous and organic applications.

These syringe filters are constructed with solvent compatible polypropylene material. The polypropylene plastic provides the syringe filter with exceptional strength, it is the highest grade of plastic with minimal additives and passes United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Biological Reactivity Test, In Vivo <88> plastics testing.

Both the wwPTFE membrane and polypropylene housing are extremely low in levels of potential extractables that can lead to chromatographic interference. The devices are low in protein and API binding which make them ideal for drug studies, such as dissolution testing.

The GxF/wwPTFE membrane configuration features a a GxF multi-layer glass fiber prefilter, providing two to four times the throughput of standard prefilter devices. The multi-layer prefilter captures particulate rated from > 40 to 1 μm.



Pall provides HPLC certification with these products, ensuring that analytical results will not be compromised by extractable filter materials. Pall membranes are tested for compatibility with common HPLC solvents including water, methanol, and acetonitrile, using established HPLC procedures. In addition, to verify low levels of UV-detectable extractables, samples of the syringe filters are evaluated prior to release.

Acrodisc PSF Syringe Filters feature a large effective filtration area (3.9 cm2) for increased sample throughput, ideal for sample volumes of ≤ 150 mL. Pall Acrodisc PSF Syringe Filters are designed to be fully compatible for use with automated robotic handling systems offering reliable and worry-free operation. The syringe filters are supplied in ready to use autopack tubes that can be easily loaded into automated systems.

Pall Laboratory products are designed for laboratory applications only. This product is not approved for use in medical, clinical, surgical or other patient applications. If you require further assistance in product selection for your chosen application, please email us a question or call 1-800-521-1520.

Type

Syringe Filters

Use

Sterile Filtration and Clarification

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