Mixed Cellulose Ester Membrane Filter

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Model Number: NH-263548

Brand: Niche Healthcare

MCE membrane filters are developed from a mixture of cellulose acetate and cellulose nitrate and are one of the most widely used filters in both air monitoring and analytical applications.

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MCE membrane filters are developed from a mixture of cellulose acetate and cellulose nitrate and are one of the most widely used filters in both air monitoring and analytical applications.
 
 
Product : Sterile MCE Membrane Filter
Membrane: MCE , Gridded MCE
Pore size: 0.22um, 0.45um
Diameter: 47mm
Wettability: Hydrophilic
Color: white
Sterile: Gamma irradiation
Packing: individual pack, 100pcs/box

 

MCE (Mixed Cellulose Ester) membrane filters are commonly used in laboratory applications for filtration processes. MCE membranes are a type of microporous membrane made from a mixture of cellulose acetate and cellulose nitrate. This combination of materials provides a balance of hydrophilic and hydrophobic characteristics, making MCE membranes suitable for a wide range of applications.

Here are some key features and uses of MCE membrane filters:

Pore Size:

MCE membranes come in various pore sizes, allowing for fine-tuning of the filtration process. The choice of pore size depends on the size of particles you want to retain or filter through.

Hydrophilic Nature:

MCE membranes are hydrophilic, meaning they have an affinity for water. This makes them suitable for applications where aqueous samples are being filtered.

Chemical Compatibility:

MCE membranes exhibit good chemical compatibility with a variety of solvents and chemicals. However, the specific compatibility may vary depending on the exact composition of the membrane.

Applications:

MCE membrane filters are commonly used in microbiology, environmental monitoring, air monitoring, and particle analysis. They are suitable for the filtration of aqueous and organic solutions.

Sterilization:

MCE membranes can often be sterilized by autoclaving, making them suitable for applications requiring sterile filtration.

Gravimetric Analysis:

MCE membranes are suitable for gravimetric analysis due to their low ash content, providing accurate and reliable results.

When working with MCE membrane filters, it’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for usage, handling, and any specific recommendations for the intended application. Always ensure that the chosen pore size is appropriate for the particles you aim to filter, and consider factors such as chemical compatibility and sterilization requirements.

If you have a specific application or process in mind, it’s advisable to consult with your laboratory supervisor or refer to relevant literature to determine the most suitable membrane specifications for your needs.

 

Everyday laboratory medical equipment.

Everyday laboratory medical equipment.

 

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