Free wall chart aids in selecting syringe filters

Millipore today announced the availability of its Millex filter wall chart to help scientists identify the optimal syringe filters for their specific applications. This poster features technical information on the company’s sterile and non-sterile sample preparation syringe filters.

Syringe-tip filter units can be used in a variety of research and pharmaceutical and industrial quality control applications. These range from sterile filtration of tissue culture media and additives to the removal of particulates prior to chromatography to automated applications.

Millex filters are available with a variety of membranes. Sterile membranes including Millipore Express® PES, Durapore® PVDF, Millipore MF mixed cellulose esters and glass fiber can be used for tissue culture, buffers, biological and medical applications. Additionally, the Fluoropore™ PTFE membrane is used in sterile filtering gases and non-aqueous liquids, venting sterile containers and in-line vacuum pump protection.

Non-sterile Express PLUS, Durapore, nylon, ion chromatography and Fluoropore membranes often are utilized for general particle removal in pharmaceutical and industrial QC as well as environmental applications. Several Millex products are automation compatible for dissolution testing and automated sample preparation. High particulate and general filtration Millex syringe filters also are profiled.

Millipore’s Millex filter wall chart is available by contacting Millipore at 1-800-MILLIPORE (+1-978-645-5476) or visiting www.millipore.com/millex.

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