Membrany Anodisc z pierścieniem wspomagającym

Nieorganiczne membrany Anopore, krążki, z pierścieniem wspomagającym.
Anopore inorganic membranes (Anodisc), circles, with support ring

• High pore density and narrow pore size distribution make it an extremely precise membrane.
• Wide solvent compatibility reduces the need to stock a variety of membranes in the laboratory.
• No additives used in the manufacturing process ensures minimal extractables and no sample contamination.
• Extremely low protein binding minimizes sample loss.
• Virtually transparent when wet making it highly suitable for microscopy studies.

Anopore inorganic membrane (Anodisc) is well suited for a wide range of laboratory filtration applications. This novel material has a precise, nondeformable honeycomb pore structure with no lateral crossovers between individual pores, that filters at precisely the stated cut-off, allowing no larger sized particles to pass through the membrane. Anopore inorganic membrane is composed of a high-purity alumina matrix that is manufactured electrochemically. The membrane also exhibits low protein binding, has minimal autofluorescence, is nontoxic, and supports cellular growth.

The precise pore structure and narrow pore size distribution of Anopore membrane ensure a high level of particle removal efficiency. Microorganisms and particulate material are captured on the surface of the membrane for subsequent analysis by light or electron microscopy. When wet, the membrane is virtually transparent, which means that retained particles do not need to be transferred to another surface before microscopic examination.

The membrane is hydrophilic and is compatible with most solvents and aqueous material. No monomers, plasticizers, adhesives, surfactants or wetting agents are used in the manufacturing process, which eliminates sample contamination and ensures low protein binding and minimal loss of sample

The Anopore membrane is supplied in the form of Anodisc membrane filters. The membrane is peripherally bonded to an annular polypropylene ring (except the 13 mm diameter disc) for ease of handling and is suitable for both vacuum and pressure filtration

Anopore is available in 3 nominal pore sizes: 0.02 µm, 0.1 µm, and 0.2 µm, and in 3 diameters: 13 mm, 25 mm, and 47 mm
Application HPLC mobile phase filtration and degassing Ultra cleaning of solvents Gravimetric analysis Liposome extrusion Scanning electron microscopy studies Bacterial analysis by epifluorescence light microscopy Micrometer and nanometer filtration Metal nanorods formation 
Autoclavable No 
Construction Process Thermal weld 
Material Aluminum oxide 
Membrane Type Anodisc 47 
Operating temp. max. 40°C °C
Porosity Max. 50
Porosity Min. 25
Protein Adsorption Low 
Refractive index 1.06.2019
Support Ring Yes 
Support Ring Material Polypropylene (PP) 
Product Product Name Pore size Diameter
6809-5002 Anodisc Circle with Support Ring; 47 mm; 0.02 µm pore size 0.02 µm 47 mm
6809-5012 Anodisc Circle with Support Ring; 47 mm; 0.1 µm pore size 0.1 µm 47 mm
6809-5022 Anodisc Circle with Support Ring; 47 mm; 0.2 µm pore size 0.2 µm 47 mm
6809-6002 Anodisc Circle with Support Ring; 25 mm; 0.02 µm pore size 0.02 µm 25 mm
6809-6012 Anodisc Circle with Support Ring; 25 mm; 0.1 µm pore size 0.1 µm 25 mm
6809-6022 Anodisc Circle with Support Ring; 25 mm; 0.2 µm pore size 0.2 µm 25 mm
Brak powiązanych dokumentów