Suitable for aqueous stream flows,
perfectly fit to remove air bubbles.
- Avoids biological sample damaging
- Avoids sensors and chromatography columns drying
- Avoids shear stress instabilities
- Avoids cytotoxicity
- Avoids volume sampling errors
- In-line bubble removal in aqueous stream
- Robust design
- Easy change of membranes (2 already included)
- Chemiccaly and biologically compatible materials: PVC body and PTFE membranes
- Suitable with our standard 1/4”-28 Fittings
- Suitable flow-rates up to 5mL/min
- Avoids air bubbles near your cells
- Steadies the flow-rate for your droplet generation
- Can be used at the inlet and at the outlet of your system
- Consumable membranes to avoid contaminations
- Suited for 1/16” or 1/32” OD tubing to avoid additional fittings
- Dimensions: 3.2×3.2×2.2cm3
- Materials: PVC and PTFE
- Maximum pressure: 2bar
- Low internal volume: 115 µL
- Not autoclavable
- Not for use with organic solvents (risk of leakage).
- Always push liquids towards the trap (risk of bubble generation)
- Membrane lifetime strongly depends on the kind of fluid used.
- For pure water, the lifetime may be several months or years. Buffer solutions reduce lifetime and it is advisable to flush the unit with de-ionized/distilled water after use to prevent salt crystals forming.
P/N = CTQ-006BT
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