RephiQuik 32 mm Sterile PES Syringe Filter

32 mm RephiQuik PES sterile disposable syringe filters utilize hydrophilic PES membranes, offering extraordinary combination of fast flow speeds and low protein binding. Its unique design ensures no leakage of particles to the down-stream side of the membrane. The highly asymmetric structure of PES membrane allows for high loading capacity, resulting in the high efficiency of the filter. RephiQuik PES sterile filters are ideal for biological sample preparation, such as pharmaceutical and biological aqueous solutions filtration and protein/peptide related sample filtration. Compared with usual 25 mm syringe filters, 32 mm RephiQuik filters brings at least 20% more effective filtration area (4.4 cm2) while 20% lower hold-up volume (below 80 µL). 

- Ideal for pharmaceutical / biological / protein / peptide related aqueous sample filtration, fast & low-protein binding 
- Ethylene oxide (EO) sterilized
- 32 mm diameter for sterilization filtration of samples up to 200 mL
- Pore sizes 0.22/0.45 µm
- Maximum operating pressure up to 10 bar (145 psi)
- Green color-coded on the high-quality polypropylene (PP) housing; Pore sizes and membrane type are clearly printed on each unit                                                                                                                                             

- Inlet female luer-lock, outlet male luer-slip - Package size: individually packaged, 100 units per pack 


Diameters32 mm
Effective Filtration Area4.4 cm2
Length, Inlet to outlet26 mm
Housing materialPolypropylene (PP)
Inlet FittingsFemale Luer-Lok
Outlet FittingsMale Luer slip
Maximum Process Volume200 mL
Hold-up Volume (after air purge)≤ 80 μL
Maximum Operating Pressure10 bar (145 psi)
Maximum Operating Temperature45 ℃
Sterilization MethodEO

Ordering Information:

RephiQuik 32mm Sterile PES Syringe Filter

Out ring ColorPore Size (μm)Diameter (mm)Units/PkCatalog No.
Green    0.2232100RJP3222SH

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