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Cellulose Acetate Membrane Filters

Tisch Scientific Cellulose Acetate membranes are constructed using a unique process in which the membrane is internally supported by an inert polyester web eliminating cracking, tearing, breaking and distortion when handled or creased. Each cellulose acetate (ca) membrane filter individual filter has an unequalled dimensional balance after autoclaving or steam sterilizing and is completely uneffected by temperatures up to 135°C (275°F).

Tisch Scientific offers an extensive selection of proven, yet affordable products that are in stock and ready to ship today. Selected for their durability, material quality and performance characteristics, our cellulose acetate membrane properties deliver accurate, measurable results at a fraction of the cost. Be sure to check out our cellulose acetate membrane filter compatibility information before buying. Available in a wide variety of materials, sizes, and in sterile and non-sterile options, they are a superior choice for use in environmental, biotechnology, food/beverage, agricultural and many other applications.

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Buy Cellulose Acetate membrane filters from our huge selection but first be informed. In the filtration and purification process, membrane filters are very high in demand today. This separation media is comprised of micro porous films with varying sizes of pores to capture an array of particulate matter.

Cellulose Acetate membranes or CA Membrane filters as they are sometimes called play a huge role in offering the lowest binding in the market. These filters contain pure cellulose acetate that is altered to suit specific areas of research and study. They have minimal binding characteristics for higher throughput in comparison to other types of filter media. In addition to they are particularly beneficial when filtering proteinaceous solutions.

This choice of media is also widely used for enzyme and protein filtration as is has the ability to filter particles as small as 0.1-0.2 microns. In addition, this versatile membrane also finds a home in biological fluid filtration and tissue culture media sterilization providing maximum restoration of proteins.

Choices of Cellulose Filters Cellulose filters come in multiple forms, primarily based on the type of derivative that is used in the binding process. There are various cellulose derivatives that are used, such as PVDF, polypropylene and polysulfones. Cellulose acetate membranes, however, support the highest complex filtration processes, and are therefore used widely for minute particle separation and precise filtration. Of course, the size of pores plays a huge role in the degree to which filtration takes place.

Cellulose Acetate filters are usually made to support durability and quality as their primary components. They are supported by an inert polyester web that rules out breaking, tearing, cracking and distortion when they are handled. Dimensional balance is taken into account and reaction to high temperatures is also essential. The care that is taken in the production of these filters often stands as a guarantee for the quality of their performance.

Product Specifications
Wettability Hydrophilic
Maximum operating temperature 50 Degrees C
Pore Sizes Available 0.22um, 0.45um, 0.80um, 3um, 5um, 8um
Diameters Available 13mm, 25mm, 47mm, 85mm, 90mm, 110mm, 142mm, 293mm

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