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Whatman™ Binder-Free Glass Microfiber Filters, Grade GF/A Sheets

Combines high loading capacity with fine particle retention. Whatman™ Binder-Free Glass Microfiber Filters, Grade GF/A Sheets are ideal for gravimetric determination of airborne particulates, stack sampling and absorption methods of air pollution monitoring.

$818.41 - $1,239.23

Specifications

Material Glass Microfiber
Grade GF/A
Format Sheet
Temperature (Metric) Max 500°C
For Use With (Application) Water pollution effluent monitoring, filtering water, algae, bacterial cultures, foodstuff analyses, protein filtration, radioimmunoassay of weak beta-emitters, gravimetric determination of airborne particulates
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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Material Glass Microfiber
Grade GF/A
Format Sheet
Temperature (Metric) Max 500°C
For Use With (Application) Water pollution effluent monitoring, filtering water, algae, bacterial cultures, foodstuff analyses, protein filtration, radioimmunoassay of weak beta-emitters, gravimetric determination of airborne particulates
Particle Retention 1.6μm
Flow Rate 13 sec./100mL
Thickness (Metric) 0.26mm

Whatman glass microfiber filters without binder feature low resistance to fluid flow and high particle-loading capacity. These filters can be used at temperatures up to 500ºC. The fine capillary structure of glass fiber filters can absorb large quantities of water, enabling spot tests and liquid scintillation counting methods.

Glass microfiber filters are mainly used in applications such as air or water monitoring and can be used as pre-filters for membranes.

  • High flow rate
  • Good loading capacity
  • Water pollution effluent monitoring
  • Filtering water, algae, bacterial cultures
  • Foodstuff analyses
  • Protein filtration
  • Radioimmunoassay of weak β-emitters