Syringe Filters for particle removal
We offer a broad choice of most competitive and high quality Syringe Filters for particle removal in the market
Rapid filtration of HPLC and GC samples prior analysis and purification
Increased column lifetime.
More consistent and reproducible results
Less system down time
HPLC certification which guarantees the filters will not produce extraneous peaks in the UV range.
100% integrity tested with higher burst strength ratings assuring they will perform consistently.
Available in most popular sizes and as sterile syringe filters.
0.45 μm for most clarif
Syringe Filter Size
|Sample Volume (ml)||Filter Diameter (mm)|
|2 -10||13 - 15|
|10 -100||25 - 30|
What is the nature of your sample and chromatographic method to be used?
|Sample description||Filter Pore Size|
|General aqueous or mixed organic samples prior to HPLC with column packed with > 3 um particles, General clarification for GC, SFC, CE, and GPC samples. Viscous samples or samples containing high levels of particle matter||
|General aqueous or mixed organic samples prior to HPLC, UHPLC or LC/MS and columns packed with equal or smaller than 3 um particles, Removal of fine particle matter for GC, SFC, CE, and GPC samples. ||0.20 um|
|Viscous samples such as serum, plasma or other biological matrices or samples containing high levels of particle matter such as environmental,, food and beverages applications. ||Glass Fibre Filter with 0.45 filter membrane|
What are you sample and filtering objectives
|Membrane Type||Membrane Characteristics||Applications||Alternative|
|Nylon||Most frequently selected membrane; broad compatibility with aqueous and organic samples; naturally hydrophilic membrane; extremely low in extractables; excellent flow rate with most sample matrices; not compatible with strong acids or bases||General laboratory filtration; filtration for most HPLC and GC samples.|
NOTE: Nylon binds protein, do not use when high protein recovery is desired
|Nylon||Most frequently selected membrane; broad compatibility with aqueous and organic samples; naturally hydrophilic membrane; extremely low in extractables; excellent flow rate with most sample matrices; not compatible with strong acids or bases||1.Clinical / Toxicology |
2. Ion Chromatography
3.Trace Metals((ICP-MS, AAS)
|PTFE||Hydrophobic membrane is resistant to nearly all solvents, acids, and bases; membrane is mechanically strong and will withstand exposure to high temperature liquids; low in extractables; PTFE blocks water vapor; can be used to filter aqueous solutions after prewetting with an alcoho||Filtration of aggressive organic, highly basic or hot solutions, ideal for transducer protectors|
|Glass Fibe (GF)||Larger porosity; able to remove large particulates without clogging||1. Dissolution testing, general filtration|
2. Environmental Methods
3. Food and Beverages
4. Tissue Cultures, Media, Buffer
|Cellulose Acetate (CA)||Low protein binding, ideal for aqueous-based samples; high protein recovery from filtrate; lower protein binding compared to PVDF||Tissue Culture media filtration, sensitive biological samples|
|MCE (Mixed Cellulose Ester||Biologically inert, a smoother and more uniform surface than pure nitrocellulose filter||One of the most widely used membranes in bacteria detection|
|High flow rates with good throughput volume; low protein binding; compatible with high temperature liquids: mechanically strong membrane low in inorganic extractable ions||1 .PES is certified for Ion Chromatography |
2. Tissue Culture filtration
3. Filtration of proteins and nucleic acids
|PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride)||Hydrophilic membrane with good solvent resistance; low UV absorbing extractables and low nonspecific binding||General biological filtration; filtration of samples where high protein recovery is desired|
|Hydrophilic membrane has wide chemical compatibility with organic solvents; low nonspecific protein binding||1.Filtration of biological samples; |
2. Filtration of aggressive organic solutions