Whatman 1825-047 Glass Microfiber Binder Free Filter, 0.7 Micron, 19 s/100mL Flow Rate, Grade GF/F, 4.7cm Diameter (Pack of 100)


Free Shipping Included! Whatman 1825-047 Glass Microfiber Binder Free Filter, 0.7 Micron, 19 s/100mL Flow Rate, Grade GF/F, 4.7cm Diameter (Pack of 100) by Whatman at Water Softener Guy. MPN: 1825-047. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Whatman high efficiency GF/F filter will retain fine particles down to 0.7µm. Unlike membrane filters with a comparable retention value, it has a very rapid flow rate with a high loading capacity. GF/F filters are suitable for critical applications including enumeration of Salmonella and Pseudomonas Aeroginosa, clarification of protein solutions and filtering samples and solvents prior to HPLC. Because of the tight specification of 0.6µm-0.8µm particle retention and pure borosilicate glas


Whatman 1825-047 Glass Microfiber Binder Free Filter, 0.7 Micron, 19 s/100mL Flow Rate, Grade GF/F, 4.7cm Diameter (Pack of 100) by Whatman
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The Whatman high efficiency GF/F filter will retain fine particles down to 0.7µm. Unlike membrane filters with a comparable retention value, it has a very rapid flow rate with a high loading capacity. GF/F filters are suitable for critical applications including enumeration of Salmonella and Pseudomonas Aeroginosa, clarification of protein solutions and filtering samples and solvents prior to HPLC. Because of the tight specification of 0.6µm-0.8µm particle retention and pure borosilicate glass structure, GF/F is the material upon which the EPA Method TCLP 1311 for Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure was developed. It remains today the filter of choice. Recommended for DNA binding and purification. Very effective in filtering finely precipitated proteins, GF/F can be used in conjunction with GF/D as a prefilter for the successful clarification of difficult biochemical solutions and fluids, and nucleic acids. Retention: 0.7µm. Diameter: 4.7cm. 100/Pack. Whatman #: 1825-047.

Features & Highlights

  • Glass microfiber filter; Retention: 0.7µm Diameter: 4.7cm
  • Grade GF/F circles; 47mm
  • Recommended for DNA binding and purification
  • Very effective in filtering finely precipitated proteins

Additional Information

Brand:
Whatman
Manufacturer:
Whatman
Category:
Qualitative Filter Paper
Model:
F1660-6
MPN:
1825-047
Release Date:
2017-05-15
UPC:
024144890723
Part Number:
1825-047
Publisher:
Whatman
Binding:
Misc.
Item Size:
12 x 1 x 12 inches
Package Weight:
0.05 pounds
Package Size:
4.6 x 1.1 x 4.6 inches

 


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