Whatman GN503NPEPP, Mini-UniPrep G2 Syringeless Filters, std cap, translucent housing, 0.2 um polypropylene (1000 pcs)
Mini-UniPrep G2 is an all-in-one syringeless filter with a borosilicate glass chamber. It replaces syringe filters for autosampler-supported UHPLC/HPLC sample preparation with easier handling and fewer consumable components. Features an integrated autosampler vial, plunger with attached filter membrane, and septum/cap Borosilicate glass vials eliminate plastic-based leachables that can originate from polypropylene vials Designed to hold up to 0.5mL of unfiltered sample that can then be loaded directly into an autosampler Easy to see when a sample has been filtered Wide range of membranes with 0.2 and 0.45 µm pore sizes to meet specific requirements Also available in amber glass for light-sensitive samples A variety of filter membrane media are available to meet your needs. Browse the Whatman line to find the right filter and compressor for your application. Process samples in one-third the time Mini-UniPrep Syringeless Filters combine a membrane filter, autosampler vial, septum, and plunger into a single device to provide efficient sample filtration for Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography (UHPLC)/High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) analysis. Mini-UniPrep G2 autosampler vials Once compressed, Mini-Uniprep G2 can be placed into any autosampler that accepts a 12 mm × 32 autosampler vial for injection into your instrument. Alternatively, the septum can be pierced with a needle and the sample drawn off for manual injection into an analyzer. Simplifying UHPLC/HPLC sample preparation minimizes instrument downtime resulting from use of unfiltered samples. Minimizes leachables Excessive leachables contamination from plastic vials can destabilize organic formulations and skew results.
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