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Cytiva Whatman™ GD/X Grade 934-AH Syringe Filters

Processes three to seven times more sample volume than filters without prefilter. Whatman™ GD/X 934-AH Syringe Filters are specifically designed for filtration of viscous or otherwise hard-to-filter samples with high solids content.

Manufacturer:  Cytiva 68922515

Catalog No. 09-927-40B



Description

Description

Constructed of a polypropylene housing with a prefiltration stack of Whatman GMF 150 (graded density) and GF/F glass microfiber prefilters. This design prevents the buildup of back pressure typically caused by the blocking of an unprotected membrane.
  • Syringe filter with integrated prefiltration
  • Female Luer-Lok™ inlet; male slip Luer outlet
  • Flow should enter from the inlet
  • Autoclavable at 121°C (250°F) at 15psi for 20 min.
  • Maximum temperature, 131°C (267°F) Filtration area: 13mm - 1.3cm2; 25mm - 4.6cm2 Pressure limit: 13mm - 100psi; 25mm - 75psi
  • All materials biosafe—pass USP Class VI requirements
  • Prefiltration media: 100% Borosilicate glass fiber GMF 150 10μm: 1μm GF/F 0.7μm
  • Disposable filtration devices provide labor saving efficiency while ensuring consistent filter performance
  • High loading capacity for samples with high solids content
  • Suitable for capillary electrophoresis, HPLC, and UV/VIS sample preparation

Nonsterile GD/X filters are available in two diameters: 13 mm and 25 mm, and three pore sizes: 0.2 µm, 0.45 µm, and 5 µm


Order Info

Each unit includes a stack of Whatman Multigrade GMF 150 (10:1μm) and Grade GF/F 0.7μm prefilters

Specifications

Specifications

GD/X 25 mm Syringe Filter, 934-AH filtration medium, 1.5 μm (150 pcs)
21.6 x 29.8 mm
4.6 cm2
Female luer lock
100% Borosilicate Glass FiberGMF 150 10 μm: 1 μmGF/F 0.7 μm
150 Pieces
Borosilicate Microfiber Glass
Non-sterile
25 mm
Yes
Pigment free polypropylene (PP)
Male luer
5.2 bar (75 psi)
Syringe Filter
1.5 μm
>10 mL
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