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Disposable Hydrophilic PVDF Syringe Filters

Hawach disposable hydrophilic PVDF syringe filters have lower protein adsorption compared to other syringe filters such as nylon, NC, and PTFE. And the syringe filters possess ultra-high water flow rates and fill rates. Therefore, they are often used for sterilization filtration of media and other protein solutions.


Description of Disposable Hydrophilic PVDF Syringe Filters

The WINSTAR series of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is a widely used hydrophilic membrane. With PVDF, the low protein binding medium, this syringe filter is usually compatible with most common solvents.

Advantage of Disposable Hydrophilic PVDF Syringe Filters

Each batch has available test reports, ISO9001, CE dual certification
Adopting a Class 100,000 clean room made in Germany/US imported film
Ultrasonic welding ensures that the sample is free of contamination
Protect any analytical system and extend the life of the LC column
Achieve more repeatable analysis
Quantity interrupt pricing can save more cost

Features of Disposable Hydrophilic PVDF Syringe Filters

Color coding through the film to easily identified.
The Luer lock inlet provides a secure, sealed syringe connection that increases the pressure on the filter.
Excellent temperature stability, allows a longer sampling range than other membranes
Integral sealing ring to avoid leakage or bursting.


Filtration of high protein recovery in general biological filtration.

Chemical Compatibility

1. Compatible: alcohols, weak acids, proteins, peptides and other biomolecules
2. Not compatible:
Some strong acids, bases, esters, ethers or ketones.
DMF, DMSO, MEK, acetone and most caustic solutions > 6NDisposable

Technical Data

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Ordering Information

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