PALL MAP010C36 Macrosep® Advance Centrifugal Devices with Omega Membrane - 10K, blue (6/pkg)

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Macrosep Advance centrifugal devices allow for the concentration of 20 mL sample volumes to 0.5 mL. The unique design of the devices maximizes the effective filtration area allowing for rapid sample processing while maintaining a gentle concentration environment to preserve protein activity and conformation.
Rapidly concentrates 20 mL sample volumes to 0.5 mL
Provides high recoveries, typically > 90%
Low protein-binding Omega membrane and polypropylene housing minimize losses due to non-specific binding
Versatile ultrafiltration Omega membrane is available in a variety of MWCOs
Built-in deadstop prevents spinning to dryness
Color coded for easy identification
Macrosep Advance centrifugal devices can be used for a wide range of ultrafiltration applications including the concentration and desalting of proteins, buffer exchange and protein fractionation.
Omega ultrafiltration membranes are manufactured from low protein binding modified polyethersulfone minimizing the possibility of sample losses due to non-specific binding. A wide selection of molecular weight cut-off (MWCO) options are available and are color coded for easy membrane selection.
Macrosep Advance centrifugal devices offer high recoveries, typically > 90%, the products feature a built-in deadstop that prevents spinning a sample to dryness.


brand PALL
effective-filtration-area 7.2 cm²
list-price 83.00
manufacturer-part-number MAP010C36
material Polypropylene
maximum-force-g 5000
operating-temperature 40 °C
part-number MAP010C36
quantity-per-pack 6


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