Membrane: Millipore Express® product line is a line of sterilizing-grade filters made with the highest performance PES membrane in the market.
Device Formats: Device formats are fully scalable. They include cartridges and capsules are available in variety of sizes to suit all process scales. Capsules and cartridges may be autoclaved, and are all caustic stable. Capsules are also available gamma compatible or pre-sterilized.
Millipore Express® SHF is a single layer (0.2 µm) PES membrane that provides an unparalleled combination of quality and performance for validated process steps.
Millipore Express® PHF is a single layer (0.2 µm) PES membrane that provides sterilizing-grade performance, ideal for buffers and other intermediate process fluids. This membrane provides broad chemical compatibility, high flow rates and extended throughput for superior process efficiency and economy.
Millipore Express® SHC filters have an on-board polyethersulfone membrane prefilter which protects the 0.2 μm membrane from premature plugging and extends filtration capacity, so you get sterilizing-grade performance with superior throughput. Millipore Express® SHC filters provide you with a single solution for a range of process fluids, minimizing validation efforts and simplifying filter inventory and stocking requirements. With Millipore Express® SHC filters, you increase productivity, shorten cycle-time and reduce cost.
Devices containing Millipore Express® SHR (Sterile, High-Retention) membrane provide sterilizing-grade performance and mycoplasma removal across a range of bioprocess solutions, including: cell culture media, media additives, process intermediates and other biological fluids. These devices provide high sterility assurance, broad chemical compatibility, high flow rates and extended throughput for superior process efficiency and economy. The optional on-board polyethersul¬fone membrane prefilter protects the high-flux sterilizing-grade 0.1 μm rated membrane from premature plugging, allowing for enhanced throughput in high-fouling streams.