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  • In the year 2022, we are excited to introduce you to some new additions to the Simsii Inc. product line.

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  • The process of membrane filtration is the one that operates pressure to force water of any other type of carrier fluid through a semi-permeable membrane. This whole process is going to separate various kinds of particulate matter suspended from the soluble and fluid components. However microporous films is another name used for defining these membrane filters and these are those having each specific ratings depending upon their pore sizes.

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  • 12.04.22 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    It is easier to remove the particulate matter from the gas streams than liquids due to the additional interaction mechanism between particulates and the Membrane Filter pore surface. The sieve retention mechanism traps particles as the pores are even smaller than the particles themselves. The procedure involves direct interception's gravitational settling and electrical attraction forces in the absorptive capture.

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  • 31.01.19 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    If you own a laboratory, one thing you need to know is that the condition and the quality of the laboratory equipment will determine the accuracy of the results you will obtain. Scientific results can get compromised if you have poor maintenance practices on the equipment. Some laboratory equipment such as <strong>syringe filters</strong> need regular maintenance. Here are some of the techniques you can use to make sure you have maintained your laboratory equipment.

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  • 04.01.19 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    There are certain situations that require various particles to be removed from the solvents. Removing these particles is necessary in order to prevent damage to the equipment or to prevent compromising of any tests. For this, the best-suited membrane syringe filters are to be selected. CA syringe filter provides an array of selections to choose from. Some handy tips for selecting the correct membrane syringe filter for your use are highlighted below:

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  • 04.12.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou

    Membrane filters or commonly known as “membranes” are films that are microporous that have particular ratings of pore sizes. It is also known as a sieve, microporous filters, or screen. The membrane filters retain or filter particles that are larger than pore size. If there are particles that are smaller than pore size, then other mechanisms will be used.

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  • 06.11.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou
    Nylon Syringe filters are highly recommended in Pharmaceutical lab analysis due to their hydrophilic characteristics. These syringe filters are recommended for applications where low extractable is needed.Read More
  • 30.09.18 Posted By Jinming Zhou
    Western blotting is a term that refers to an analytical technique used for protein detection in a sample. Biological samples are transferred from a gel to a membrane to be detected closely on its surface.Read More
  • 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

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