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  • 07.09.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    To many researchers, filtration might just be the most interesting method used for sterilization in their laboratories. Out of all the methods, it is the only one that foregoes the killing of organisms and instead, adopts the process of using force in order to separate unnecessary particles and organisms from the sample. This is why a sterile syringe filter exists.

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  • 30.07.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou
    Membrane filters are popular for their porosity that is around 0.45um. This standard pore size is enough to filter out small microorganisms from a liquid sample. Using a membrane filter works by passing the sample through a membrane while utilizing a filter and a vacuum system. The filtered organisms are stuck to the membrane and it is then either disposed or put in a plate with the applicable medium.Read More
  • 29.06.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou
    Most of the time our preparation of the sample is what causes the problems we face during filtration. This article covers some tips and tricks that will help you troubleshoot filtration samples to some of the issues that you might be overlooking as you use PVDF syringe filters and any other filters you might be applying.Read More
  • 07.06.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou
    Air filtration is very important when it comes to steam sterilization in the laboratory setting. Aside from the common filtration method with the use of Pes syringe filtersRead More
  • 07.05.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou
    When the source of water is contaminated, it does not just cause simply physical illnesses such as issues in the stomach and gastrointestinal areas. The effects could go as bad as causing high cholesterol levels, obesity, and even cancer.Read More
  • 03.04.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    Particles from liquid samples need to be removed before they undergo analysis. This is to stay away from any damage to an equipment like ICP and ion chromatography. This is what a sterile syringe filter is for.

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  • 05.03.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    If you’re looking to bring purity and quality to your research, you should ideally look to invest into PES or Polyethersulfone syringe filters. Now that you’ve probably researched a bit or two about it, you’ve probably come back with a lot of doubts or questions. This article should help solve your doubts. Below are listed a few questions:

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  • 12.02.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    The filter syringes can be understood as single-use cartridges attached to one of a syringe for lab filtration procedures. Typically, they include a plastic housing with a membrane that works as the filter. The most common sizes of syringe filter used for scientific applications are 0.2 and 0.45 microns. They are considered sufficient even for the HPLC uses. They can be used for removing the particulates from a sample, prior to HPLC analysis. Due to their affordability, they are also used extensively for general filtration purposes, especially in the applications involving smaller amounts of samples.

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  • 08.01.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    Syringe filters are generally a necessary laboratory supply that may be applied over a broad spectrum of research laboratory procedures. The PTFE or Polytetrafluoroethylene membrane has compatibility with a wide range of organic and gaseous solvents and solutions.

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  • 04.01.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    A variety of materials are used for making the membrane filters. They include PTFE, CA, PVDF, Nylon, MCE, PES, and CN filters. Each of these has unique properties and specifications that make them suitable for various applications in biopharmaceutical industries and laboratories. They have a smooth micropore structure and surface. They can be used with syringe filters to ensure high loading capacity and superior flow rates in the filtration processes. Mainly, a membrane filter is used for differentiating the solid particles from a flat base. When choosing the right filter suitable for your applications, there are certain factors that must be considered. They include:

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