MCE-G Syringe Filter

High mechanical strength

Clarification of aqueous media

Highly uniform porosity

Low protein binding

Best value

Hydrophilic Membrane MCE Syringe Filters
G Series

These DORSAN® syringe filters are made from hydrophilic mixed cellulose ester (MCE) membranes. This special composition of a membrane produced with cellulose acetate and cellulose nitrate is one of the most widely-employed globally in analytical and research processes.

Their highly uniform porosity allows them to ensure a regular flow rate and faster filtration in aqueous media and in particle retention. Characterised by low protein binding, these filters are biologically inert, with high thermal stability. Designed with FLL/MLS connections, their outer ring gives them greater pressure resistance than syringe filters that are simply thermowelded externally.

 

 

G Series Syringe Filters with Hydrophilic MCE Membranes

13 mm 25 mm
Membrane Material / Capsule Material CA / PP CA / PP
Filter Diameter (mm) 13 mm 25 mm
Filter Surface (cm²) 1.09 4.08
Pore Diameter (μm) 0.20 // 0.45 0.20 // 0.45
Sample Volume (ml) <10 <100
Maximum Operating Temperature 50ºC 50ºC
Maximum Operating Pressure (psi) 87 87
 

G Series Syringe Filters with Hydrophilic MCE Membranes Specifications

Code Description Units Per Box
0.20 μm
S13-MCE020-G MCE Syringe Filter Non-Sterile. Pore: 0.20 μm. Diameter: 13 mm. Gear Edged 100
S25-MCE020-G MCE Syringe Filter Non-Sterile. Pore: 0.20 μm. Diameter: 25 mm. Gear Edged 100
0.45 μm
S13-MCE045-G MCE Syringe Filter Non-Sterile. Pore: 0.45 μm. Diameter: 13 mm. Gear Edged 100
S25-MCE045-G MCE Syringe Filter Non-Sterile. Pore: 0.45 μm. Diameter: 25 mm. Gear Edged 100
 

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This special composition of a membrane produced with cellulose acetate and cellulose nitrate is one of the most widely-employed globally in analytical and research processes. Their highly uniform porosity allows them to ensure a regular flow rate and faster filtration in aqueous media and in particle retention. Characterised by low protein binding, these filters are biologically inert, with high thermal stability.