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    Laboratory Filters - (163 companies)
    Image Credit: Sartorius Group Laboratory filters are used to remove particulates from samples in laboratory-scale applications. They consist of a filter medium and housing or holder that constrains and supports the filter media... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laboratory Funnels - (96 companies)
    ...and features, laboratory funnels may be equipped with two or three necks and have a ground glass bottom for connections with ground glass joints. Standards. A-A-1663 - FUNNEL(PLASTIC). ISO 4798 - LABORATORY GLASSWARE - FILTER FUNNELS. ISO 4800 - LABORATORY... Learn More
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    Filter Housings - (106 companies)
    Filter Housings are vessels designed to hold replaceable filter cartridges, elements, bags or media. These housings may hold one or many filters (which are often stacked) at varying pressures to permit high flow rates and long service life while... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Filter Wheels - (31 companies)
    ...color charged couple device (CCD) photography, laboratory applications, and optical and infrared (IR) imaging. Generally, filter wheels are available in configurations with between 3 and 12 lenses or filters. Typically, the first lens is a simple clear... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Air Filters (industrial) - (977 companies)
    ...to remove solid particulates and molecular contaminants for the purpose of improving air quality in a system or environment. Air Filter Basics. Construction and Operation. Air filters typically consist of a sturdy frame, filled with some type of filter media... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Filter Elements - (724 companies)
    ...drinking water. Reverse osmosis filter elements use synthetic membranes that are permeable to water molecules and impermeable to contaminants. Cartridge filters feature a pleated or mesh-like construction and may be disposable or recyclable. Bag filter... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Laboratory Degassers - (41 companies)
    Laboratory degassers are used to filter or remove gases from solvents and samples. The primary methods employed include vacuum degassing, flow degassing and helium degassing. Flow degassers function via a gentle flow of dry gas over the surface... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • HEPA Filters and ULPA Filters - (155 companies)
    ...particles 0.3 mm in diameter. Most standards also specify that HEPA filters must feature minimal pressure drop and maximum airflow when in operation. A filter's percent efficiency can be calculated using the simple equation below. where: E = percent... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Camera Filters - (37 companies)
    ...of spectra such as ultraviolet, infrared, or portions of the visible spectrum (colors). Additional information on how to select a camera filter. Video Credit: Adorama. Types of Camera Filters. Camera filters are available in many styles include. Ultraviolet... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Filter Cleaners and Cleaning Equipment - (29 companies)
    ...referred to as self-cleaning in-line filters or filtration systems. Smaller bench top filter cleaners and cleaning equipment is available for laboratory or pilot applications. Special filter cleaners and filter cleaning equipment are available... Learn More
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Centrifuge filters are ideal for small-scale laboratory separations such as protein or nucleic acid desalting and concentration, or separation of labeled molecules from unincorporated label. These devices rely on centrifugal force to drive liquid through the membrane. Increasing the g force...

...of laboratory safety through the replacement process, down time, and associated costs. This article will help you understand what HEPA Filter Load Capacity is and how it affects your lab....

This chemical compatibility chart compares the effects of various chemicals on a wide array of filter materials, such as silver, PTFE, and nylon....

...that expands it laterally under heat. Here the PTFE is being expanded from an initial width of 6.5 in. to a final width of 32 in. When it comes to specifying filter materials for medical and laboratory equipment, "one size fits all " and "best fit " are seldom both applicable. Almost every new...

This paper presents a practical guide to obtaining a representative sample of filter media at. the point of manufacture and on the job site as well as providing insight into selecting a. media testing laboratory and the pitfalls of the various tests performed on those samples. The AWWA B100...

...to the minimum pore size listed. ASTM E 128 "Maximum Pore Diameter and Permeability of Rigid Porous Filters for Laboratory Use" determines the porosity for the pore diameter within the filter. In many cases precipitates can be removed by rinsing with water from the underside of the frit, with the pressure...

An all-PTFE filter provides a highly inert flow path that protects laboratory equipment by trapping particulate matter. The filter comes with a replaceable element designed to remove particulates from fluids that could otherwise cause damage to laboratory pumps, valves, and other mechanical...

...the results from laboratory and wafer-production tests performed by investigators at Infineon Technologies. Finally, the article offers recommendations for estimating filter lifetime. Increasingly fine linewidths require the use of new classes of photochemicals that are exposed using argon fluoride...

By Christina Galitsky, Ernst Worrell, Eric Masanet, and Sheng-chieh Chang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Environmental Energy Technologies Division Sizing chillers to better balance chiller load with demand is also an important energy efficiency strategy. At Genentech s facility...

Learn how NuAire Green Innovations extend biological safety cabinet filter life, decrease total cost of ownership, and reduce laboratory energy consumption. Download the article to learn more, now!...

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