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Whatman® qualitative filter paper, Grade 4 circles, diam. 240 mm, pack of 100

$ 69.52

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Whatman® qualitative filter paper, Grade 4 circles, diam. 240 mm, pack of 100

1004-240

Whatman filter papers are world-renowned as the standard for laboratory filtration and are associated with quality, reliability and customer service. Manufactured from high-quality cotton linters, which have been treated to achieve a minimum alpha cellulose contact of 98%. Used for general filtration and exhibit particle retention levels down to 2.5 µm. Used in qualitative analytical techniques to determine and identify materials. Offers a wide choice of retention/flow rate combinations to suit numerous laboratory applications. The different groups of cellulose filters offer increasing degrees of purity, hardness and chemical resistance. Prepleated filters are also available, which give improved flow rate and increased loading capacity compared to equivalent flat filters.

General description

These cellulose filters are used in qualitative analytical techniques to determine and identify materials. Prepleated qualitative filters are also available, which give improved flow rate and increased loading capacity compared to equivalent flat filters.

Grade 4: 20-25 μm, (very fast filter paper)

Extremely fast filtering with excellent retention of coarse particles and gelatinous precipitates such as ferric hydroxide and aluminum hydroxide. Very useful as a rapid filter for routine clean-up of biological fluids or organic extracts during analysis. Used when high flow rates in air pollution monitoring are required and the collection of fine particles is not critical.

Other Notes

Global SIAL customers (excluding Japan) can now order any product from the GE Healthcare Life Sciences consumables portfolio (prepack only) using GE′s product numbering system.

The legacy GE Whatman products that use the SIAL "Z" product numbering system will be discontinued and directly replaced with a product number using a "WHA" prefix plus the GE product code. For reference, the legacy "Z" product number is identified as a synonym on the "WHA" product number listing.