Hollow-fiber filter FiberFlo TF 1680
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Proven Microsphere Separation FiberFlo TF 1680 CrossFlow Cartridge Filters are made using the unique polysulfone hollow fiber membranes available only from Mar Cor Purification. The TF Cartridge is available in a pore size of 0.1µm and 0.05µm, 0.2µm & 0.45µm pore sizes are available for pre-assessment. Product Configuration FiberFlo TF 1680 CrossFlow Cartridge Filters are available for use in pilot and small production scale environments; stainless steel housing required. The TF 1680 cartridges have much higher membrane surface area than small scale laboratory capsules, also available from Mar Cor Purification, making them ideal for scale up from laboratory batch volumes to pilot and small production batch volumes. Typical Applications The Microfiltration membranes are ideal for many applications in biotechnology that include: • Latex microparticle washing & coating • Cell concentration • Cell Debris removal • Cell harvest • Cell perfusion • Multi-particle washing - Manufacturing Specifications Membrane Material - Polysulfone Hollow Fiber Cartridge Cage Material - Polysulfone Fiber Sealing Technology - Urethane Potting Membrane Surface Area - 16.8 ft2 (1.6 m2) Fiber Flow Path Length - 9.5” (24 cm) Cleanliness and Biosafety - Biosafety - All components meet or exceed USP Class Vl-121C plastic test Oxidizable Substances - Permeate and Retentate meet USP XXIX requirement Endotoxins - Less than 0.25 EU/m Operating Characteristics - Maximum Recommended Trans-Membrane Pressure at 25°C - 30 p.s.i Maximum Continuous Operating Temperature, 200 Hours Total Exposure - 80°C Integrity Test - Air Diffusion (Inside Lumen to Outside Lumen): - 80cc/minute @ 30psi
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