Sterile Filtration and Clarification

Sterile Filtration and Clarification

 
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Reduce filtration time, increase throughput, reduce the need for multiple filter changes, and save in overall filtration costs. Pall manufactures membranes that are used to sterilize liquid reagents, remove particulate contamination, and clarify solutions prior to further processing. These products are optimized for biological, pharmaceutical, and sterilizing filtration requirements, and exhibit superior performance compared to competitive filter devices. Many of these products are scalable.

  • Bottle-top Vacuum Filters

    The sterile VacuCap bottle-top filter was engineered for media preparation for cell culture applications. VacuCap PF devices, designed with a built-in prefilter, increase throughput performance with serum-containing media or other viscous solutions. Read more...

  • Capsules

    Capsules are suited for sterile filtration and prefiltration applications. Capsules are available with a variety of membranes to sterilize liquid reagents, remove particulate contamination, and clarify solutions prior to further processing. Read more...

  • Membranes

    Membranes are used to sterilize liquid reagents, remove particulate contamination, and clarify solutions prior to further processing. These products are optimized for biological, pharmaceutical, and sterilizing filtration requirements. Read more...

  • Syringe Filters

    Sterile syringe filters rapidly filter small volume samples and are available with diameters of 13, 25, 32, or 37 mm. Read more...

  • Filter Funnels and Holders

    Filter funnels are used to measure and concentrate particulate in a fluid sample onto a membrane filter or to purify the filtrate. Filter holders are designed for a variety of laboratory applications.Read more...

  • Vacuum/Pressure Pump

    Reduces the risk of sample contamination. An air seal between the pump and cylinder provides oil-free and dust-free vacuum/pressure delivery. Read more...

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