Lab blender bag 111 625
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Lateral filter bag For PCR and small volumes Ref. 111 625 (400 mL) BagFilter Pull-Up is a bag with a non-woven side filter. It has been specially designed to make pipetting easy with any type of pipette and short tips (Patented). For PCR and small volumes: < 1000 µL Filter porosity < 50 microns Compatible with any laboratory blender Multilayer: reinforced multicoated complex One bag for the full analysis With BagFilter, use the same bag to sample, blend, filter and pipet. This will prevent cross-contamination and save time. 1. Place the sample 2. Dilute the sample 3. Blend the sample 4. Pipet the filtrate Pull-Up system: easy pipetting for short tips With a unique filter design, the Pull-Up system is ideal for PCR analysis and small volumes (<1000 µL). It facilitates pipetting with pipettes / short tips (≥ 4 cm) and avoids cross-contamination. PATENTED Instant filtration Filtration is done during blending. There is no need to wait for sedimentation of the debris to pipet. The filtrate is particle-free, so there is no debris on the Petri dish. Reading is thus facilitated and the results more precise. No cross-contaminations There is no contact between the sample and the mixer during homogenization. This avoids cross-contamination. The bag can be closed with a BagClip or welded. It is processed by gamma ray. Applications BagFilter Pull-Up is used according to the protocols in food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, environmental and public research institutes. It is adapted to all the steps of sample preparation. BagFilter Pull-Up is suitable for capillary techniques such as flow cytometry and PCR.

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Catalog 2018
Catalog 2018
48 Pages
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