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Membrane filters based on hydrophilic fluoroplastic EPM.FG for clarifying and safe filtration of liquid media

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Description

Membrane filters of EPM.FG are based on gidrogenizirovannoe PTFE membrane with a pore size of 0.2 to 0.8 microns. The filter elements have a high capacity, wide chemical compatibility, low degree of protein binding.

 

 

Materials filterpatrone

The main membrane gidrogenizirovannye Fluoropolymer (PVDF)

The main membrane gidrogenizirovannye Fluoropolymer (PVDF)

Drainage layer Polypropylene

Drainage layer Polypropylene

Housing, end parts, adapter, Polypropylene

Housing, end parts, adapter, Polypropylene

Standard o-rings Silicone (others on request)

Standard o-rings Silicone (others on request)

Key specification

Pore size, mkm

Code for ordering

0,20

020

0,45

045

0,65

065

0,8

080

Geometric characteristics

Cartridge filter elements

Height (L) mm

Diameter (D) mm

filtering Area (S), m2

125 (5")

70

0.4

250 (10")

70

0.8

500 (20")

70

1.6

750 (30")

70

2.4

1000 (40")

70

3.2

 

Capsule filters

Height (L) mm

Diameter (D) mm

filtering Area (S), m2

250 (10")

94

0.8

125 (5")

94

0.4

60 (2,5")

94

0.2

The operating parameters

Maximum differential pressure for cartridges, MPa

0.5 at 20°C and 0.2 at 80°C

Maximum differential pressure for capsules, MPa

0,4 at 20°C 0.2 at 60°C

Maximum reverse pressure differential, MPa

Of 0.1 at 20°C, 0.05 at 80°C (cartridges)

The maximum temperature of operation, °C

80°C (cartridges), 60°C (capsules)

Flushing in the forward flow

Hot water (up to 85°C) and chemicals.

Autoclaving

121°C, 0.11 MPa, 30 min., 30 cycles (rounds)

The sterilization (only cartridges)

121°C, 0.11 MPa, 30 min., 5 cycles (capsule)

*For detailed instructions on cleaning and sterilization and capsules  recommended refer to the technical specialists of NPP "Technofilter".

Quality and Safety

 

Elements cartridge cartridge grade EPM.FG produced in accordance with regulatory and technical documents for product quality and certified for use in filtration processes of biopharmaceutical solutions. All EPM.FG are washed from organic and mechanical impurities with highly purified water and are subjected to 100% integrity control.

Washing, control, drying, final assembly and packaging of membrane filter elements is carried out in special clean zones (Cleanliness class 6 and 7) according to the classification of clean rooms in the pharmaceutical industry in accordance with EU GGMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) .

Membrane filtering elements EPM.FG are subjected to tests for bacterial and toxicological safety, materials used in the design of filters have a minimum amount of extracted components and are allowed to contact with intravenous drugs and food products. The safety of filter elements is established by a series of sanitary-chemical and toxic tests conducted in accordance with GOST R ISO 10993.1-99, GOST R ISO 10993.5-99, GOST R ISO 10993.10-00, "Collection of guidelines for toxicological and hygienic research of polymeric materials and products on their basis of medical designation ", Ministry of Health of the USSR. 1987

 

Ordering information recommended the EPM.FG

EPM.FG

045

Д1

250

М

Mark

Micron rating

 

nominal length

application

 

020 = 0.2 µm

045=0.45 µm

065=0.65 µm

080=0.8 µm

Д, Д1, А1, А4

100 = 100 mm

125 = 125 mm

250 = 250mm (10")

500 = 500mm (20")

750 = 750mm (30")

1000=1000mm(40")

M = medicine and Biopharmaceuticals

N = nutritional direction

E = microelectronics 

Order information capsules FMC.FG

EPM.FG

065

К

125

Mark

Micron rating

connection type

The height of the filter element

 

020 = 0.2 µm

045=0.45 µm

065=0.65 µm

K-sanitary flange

R-threaded conical

60 mm

125 mm

250 mm


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