Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules

The Geotech PES/PP dispos-a-filters are the easiest and most cost-efficient way to prepare water samples for trace metals analysis.

Features

  • Array of filter sizes to meet application-specific requirements
  • Lot tested for metals to assure pure sample integrity
  • No pre-rinsing, cleaning, or assembly required
Starting At $7.25
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Overview
The Geotech PES/PP dispos-a-filters are the easiest and most cost-efficient way to prepare water samples for trace metals analysis. Geotech’s dispos-a-filter capsules feature self-contained, absolute-rated, pore-size membranes that are scientifically designed to meet U.S. EPA filtration regulations. When field or laboratory filtration is required, the dispos-a-filter is perfect for maximum flow capacity and retention of particulate matter.

Benefits

  • Array of filter sizes to meet application-specific requirements
  • Lot tested for metals to ensure pure sample integrity
  • No pre-rinsing, cleaning, or assembly required
  • Absolute rated pore size for true particulate retentionIntended for groundwater and surface water filtration for trace metals analysis
  • Meets U.S. EPA regulatory .45µm filtration standards
  • Barbed and threaded influent tube connection
  • Flow direction indicator on the label
  • The lot number is marked on each filter
Questions & Answers
Is the Geotech silicone tubing, size 15, compatible with the dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules?
Yes. The inlet/outlet barbs on the Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP filter capsules can accommodate various sizes of tubing due to having both barbed and threaded inlet/outlet connections.
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Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules
83050002
dispos-a-filter PES (Polyethersulfone) filter capsule, 0.45 micron size, 30cm2 filter area
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Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules
83050011
dispos-a-filter PES (Polyethersulfone) filter capsule, 0.45 micron size, 450cm2 filter area
$12.95
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Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules
83050004
dispos-a-filter PES (Polyethersulfone) filter capsule, 0.45 micron size, 900cm2 filter area
$16.95
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Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules
83050008
dispos-a-filter PP (Polypropylene) filter capsule, 1.0 micron size, 900cm2 filter area
$14.25
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Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules
83050007
dispos-a-filter PP (Polypropylene) filter capsule, 5.0 micron size, 900cm2 filter area
$14.25
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Geotech dispos-a-filter PES/PP Filter Capsules
83050010
dispos-a-filter PP (Polypropylene) filter capsule, 10 micron size, 900cm2 filter area
$14.25
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