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PTFE Membrane Filters

Buy Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Membrane Filters from our huge selection. PTFE hydrophobic membrane filters have a variety of filtration applications and are widely used in industries, such as pharmaceuticals, biosciences, laboratory testing, food and beverages, chemical engineering and air filtration.

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PTFE membranes from Tisch follow the highest standards of quality. Here is a quick peek into what you can expect a PTFE membrane filter to possess and why buying the same from Tisch Scientific can be a profitable deal.

Special Features of Whatman PTFE Membrane Filter
Our polytetrafluoroethylene membranes are specifically designed for HPLC analysis and are extremely stable and inert chemically. Because of these features they are also used in applications which center around strong acids, alkalis and organic solvents. Because of its essential hydrophobic nature, the membranes also act as effective filtration medium for gas and air sterilization.

What lends the membrane its inherent strength is the presence of a laminated envelope atop a nonwoven polypropylene propped web material. Our PTFE membrane filter are durable and strong enough to be used in temperatures going up to 120 degree Celsius.

PTFE membrane filters at Tisch Scientific are available in a variety of sizes as well as hydrophobic, hydrophilic, backed, and un-backed types.

Applications of PTFE Membrane Filters
One of the primary applications of PTFE membranes is in HPLC analysis for presence of corrosives, aggressive solvents and fluids. The filtration of these is necessary as they are detrimental to the column. Hydrophobic PTFE membranes are used in gas and air sterilization and are apt for detecting and stopping aqueous aerosis.

PTFE Membrane Filters from Tisch
Tisch deals with membrane filters coming in both hydrophobic and hydrophilic varieties and can be Fluropore Membrane Filters and LCR Membrane filters. The former comprises polyethylene support of high density and exception chemical compatibility which also helps in handling the membrane. The LCR varieties are hydrophilized in nature and are apt for HPLC solvents. No prior wetting is required for using the LCR PTFE membrane filter.

What makes the PTFE membrane filter from Tisch a worth-considering bargain is that it is the ultimate lab equipment available at competitive price. Our technicians possess all the expertise as well as the clout to perform highest levels of quality-control procedures while not forgetting repeated testing. This ensures shipment of only quality products to our customers all across the world.

Membrane filtration is used in a number of industries from educational institutions to research labs. Although, you might be coming across several dealers of PTFE membrane filter products Tisch guarantees you of impeccable quality microfiltration solutions along with ease of delivery.

We have our very own manufacturing units while getting supplies from some of the top-notch brands in the genre. We also possess a very formidable and well-managed distribution system ensuring on-time delivery of your ordered goods so as to keep up our good reputation with customers. The daily shipment and extensive distribution chain makes delivery to the remotest places across the globe possible within shortest span of time.

So, whether you wish to become a distributor for PTFE membrane filter at Tisch Scientific or have other laboratory requirements, we ensure you the best service possible at all costs.

Product Specifications
Wettability Hydrophobic
Maximum operating temperature 130 Degrees C
Burst Pressure (PSI) 87
Pore Sizes Available 0.05um, 0.10um, 0.22um, 0.45um, 1um, 2um, 3um, 5um
Diameters Available 13mm, 25mm, 37mm, 46.2mm, 47mm, 50mm, 55mm, 82.6mm, 90mm,
142mm, 150mm, 230mm, 293mm, 260mm x 300mm, 8" x 10"

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