General Lab

In-line Filters

Product Description

In-line filters protect your vacuum pump and outlet gas environment. Easy-to-use sterile and disposable in-line filters contain a hydrophobic PTFE membrane. Ideal for confining and isolating infectious and hazardous materials in vacuum systems and protecting your laboratory.

Features and benefits:

  • Pre-sterilized using gamma
  • High quality PTFE hydrophobic membrane
  • Ultrasonically welded polypropylene housing
  • Channeled flow path for even distribution over membrane surface
  • Stepped barb ports from 1/4 to 3/8 in.

Applications:

  • Protects vacuum systems from pathogen contamination and vacuum pumps from aerosol corrosion
  • Sterile gas purging of culture vessels
  • Venting of bioreactors, fermentation tanks and carboys
  • Filtering aggressive solvents
  • Protects work area from airborne pathogens and hazardous vacuum pump exhaust

Technical specifications:
Housing................................................................ Polypropylene
Sealing technology....................................... Ultrasonically welded
Membrane material..................................... PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)
Pore size.............................................................. 0.22 µm
Membrane diameter................................... 50mm
Connectors......................................................... 1/4 to 3/8 in. barb port

Ordering Information
Cat. No. Description Qty.
CHPG1100 Hydrophobic PTFE in-line filter -
0.22 micron - sterile - 50mm
10/pk, 5 pks/cs
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