Adding a syringe filtration step prior to injection not only helps to ensure more consistent and reliable results; it also helps protect delicate instruments and prolongs column life.Available in sizes and membrane types to meet any application need, Thermo Scientific™ Target2™ Syringe Filters provide cleaner sample extracts by removing interfering materials and fine particles.Target2 Regenerated Cellulose Syringe Filters are used for low nonspecific binding applications, as well as tissue culture media filtration and general biological sample filtration.
Pack of 100
Target Polypropylene Syringe Filter Housings Meet The Requirements of 21 CFR 177.1520. Membrane: HPLC Certified Regenerated Cellulose.
Medical Grade, Solvent-Resistant, Virgin Polypropylene
<29 μL (Hold Up)
Diameter (Metric) Membrane
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Target2 Syringe Filters are an ideal choice for general purpose laboratory use. Robust and reliable, they deliver excellent performance at an attractive price.
Low extractable membranes and housings ensure that no filter-borne contaminants are added to your sample
Performance-tested under actual HPLC conditions
30mm products are pressure rated to 120 psi
Housings are manufactured from solvent-resistant, low-extractable polypropylene resins specifically selected for wide compatibility with common HPLC sample matrices
Able to filter solutions at temperatures up to 100°C
Convenient and Easy to Use
Syringe filters can be sterilized by autoclave at 125°C for 15 minutes
Enhanced Luer Lock inlet prevents leakage; outlet fitting is a standard size male Luer-slip fitting for ease of filtrate collection
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