TMTP01300 | Isopore Membrane Filter

TMTP01300
polycarbonate, Hydrophilic, 5.0 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100  
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      Description
      Catalogue NumberTMTP01300
      Trade Name
      • Isopore
      DescriptionIsopore Membrane Filter
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      Product Information
      Filter CodeTMTP
      Filter ColorWhite
      Maximum Operating Temperature140 °C
      Filter TypeScreen filter
      Applications
      ApplicationThis 13 mm Isopore hydrophilic membrane with 5.0 um ( 5 micron filter ) pore size is a polycarbonate, track-etched screen filter recommended for analyses of airborne contaminants & other particles using optical or electron microscopy.
      Biological Information
      MediaIsopore®
      WettabilityHydrophilic
      Physicochemical Information
      Refractive Index1.6
      Pore Size5.0 µm
      Air Flow Rate50 L/min x cm²/psi
      Gravimetric Extractables< 1%
      Porosity %5%–20%
      Water Flow Rate
      • 550 mL/min x cm²
      • 250 mL/min x cm²/psi
      Dimensions
      Filter SurfacePlain
      Thickness20 µm
      Filter Diameter (⌀)13 mm
      Materials Information
      Chemistry
      • Polycarbonate (PC)
      Toxicological Information
      Safety Information according to GHS
      Safety Information
      Product Usage Statements
      Storage and Shipping Information
      Packaging Information
      Material Sizepolycarbonate, Hydrophilic, 5.0 µm, 13 mm, white, plain, 100
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