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Filter Membrane Module made of PC/PA

Application area Clarification and sterile filtration, also of aggressive media Membrane... more

Application area

Clarification and sterile filtration, also of aggressive media

Membrane distillation of sensitive solutions

Cell concentration

Gasing and degasing of fluids

Product specification

Hydrophobic polypropylene hollow-fibre module for use in the laboratory, with glass-clear, biocompatible polycarbonate housing and polyurethane cast, autoclavable once at +121 °C, 30 min, in a lying position.

Technical specification

Material:

Sheath: PC (polycarbonate)

Hollow fibres: PA 6.6 (polyamide 66)

Number of hollow fibres: 85

Active length of hollow fibres: 240 mm

Inner diameter of hollow fibres: 0.6 mm

Outer diameter of hollow fibres: 1.0 mm

Wall thickness of hollow fibres: 0.2 mm

Total length of the module: 350 mm

Nominal inner diameter of the module: 14 mm

Membrane surface: 0.04 m2

Inflow surface: 0.24 cm2

Intracapillary volume: 6 ml

Extracapillary volume: 21 ml

Nominal pore size: 0.2 µm

Max. temperature: +40 °C

Max. transmembrane pressure: 2 bar at +25 °C; 1.5 bar at +40 °C (from outside to inside)

Backwash pressure over initial pressure: 1.5 bar at +25 °C; 1 bar at +40 °C

Volumetric flow rate in the capillaries: 96.5 l (at a flow velocity of 1 m/s)

Permissible pH range: 0.5 - 14

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