Fittings: stepped barb for 6 to 10mm or 3/8 to 1/2 inch tubing
Filtration area: 36mm Capsule
Ideal for hard-to-filter solutions
Applications include: virology, microbiology and tissue culture laboratories, immunoassay methods and diagnostic standards/controls
This Polydisc SPF in-line filter by Whatman contains a unique stack of filter media ideal for prefiltration of serum and other hard-to-filter solutions. It contains a glass microfiber and polysulfone membrane filter stack that effectively filters the complex particulates found in serum samples. Applications include: virology, microbiology and tissue culture laboratories, immunoassay methods, and diagnostic standards/controls. Pore Size: 1.0µm. 10/Pack. Whatman #: 6724-5000.
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