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Sartorius™ Vivaflow™ 50R Crossflow Casettes

Unique, Plug and Play laboratory crossflow devices for concentrating samples like viruses and antibodies

$220.00 - $297.00

Specifications

For Use With (Application) Concentrating viruses and antibodies
Includes Pressure indicator, flow restrictor and size 16 PVC peristaltic tubing and fittings
Material Acrylic
Sample Type Protein, Virus, Nanoparticles
Volume (Metric) 100mL to 1L
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Includes:  Pressure indicator, flow restrictor and size 16 PVC peristaltic tubing and fittings
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VF05H04
100,000 Dalton Each for $220.00

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VF05H1
5000 Dalton Each for $220.00

14-558-022

 
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VF05H2
30,000 Dalton Each for $220.00

14-558-021

 
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VF05H0
10,000 Dalton Each for $297.00
Description & Specifications

Specifications

For Use With (Application) Concentrating viruses and antibodies
Includes Pressure indicator, flow restrictor and size 16 PVC peristaltic tubing and fittings
Material Acrylic
Sample Type Protein, Virus, Nanoparticles
Volume (Metric) 100mL to 1L

  • Reusable device with low-binding Hydrosart™ (modified regenerated cellulose) membrane
  • For concentrating up to 1L samples
  • Active membrane area per device is 50cm2
  • One unit comes with all necessary accessories for running device with laboratory pump and size 16 pump head
  • For speeding up concentration, two cassettes can be run simultaniously
  • Acrylic main housing and flow channel
  • Polypropylene membrane support
  • Nylon fittings and PVC tubing
  • Compatible with 1M NaOH for cleaning and depyrogenation

  • High flow rate and recovery
  • L x W x H: 100x 24 x 100mm
  • Pump flow rate: 200 to 400mL/min
  • Maximum pressure: 45psi
  • Maximum temperature: 60°C
    • Antibody/recombinant protein concentration/diafiltration in biopharma research
    • Concentration of small production lots of proteins for diagnostic purposes
    • Concentration of viruses from cell culture supernatants or of environmental samples
    • Nanoparticle concentration