Description of Stainless Steel Three-Branches Vacuum Filtrations
Three-branches vacuum filtration is designed and manufactured for simultaneous filtration of one sample at a faster speed (or filter three different samples but not simultaneously). Since each of its filter holders has a separate control valve, only 050B standard diaphragm vacuum pump is required to support single or multiple simultaneous operations. The all-stainless steel multi-filter holder can be filtered at a high temperature of 200 °C. The aluminum alloy clip is reasonably designed to be tight, and the filter bowl and the intermediate filter head can be easily combined to ensure a tight seal without leaking. At the same time, 316 sanitary grade stainless steel is acid and alkali-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and easy to be sterilized at high temperature, which makes the analysis result more stable and reliable.
During the testing process, stainless steel vacuum filter is recommended to use the flame to sterilize the funnel and the filter membrane support net, which can be cooled quickly and can be put into use again soon. Each funnel of the triple filter is equipped with an independent switch, which can filter a single sample or filter multiple samples at the same time, which will save a lot of time when testing a large number of samples
Advantage of Stainless Steel Three-Branches Vacuum Filtrations
The body is designed with an automatic cooling exhaust system to ensure continuous operation for 24 hours.
The material used for the glass filtering manifold is PTFE
High-efficiency test sample
High temperature is resistant and easy to sterilize on such occasions.
Available OEM services.
The working temperature of the stainless steel ranges from – 180 – 200 °C
Features of Stainless Steel Vacuum Filter
Membrane diameters are available in 47mm and 50mm.
Resistant to acid and alkaline.
Suggest with SLVPGM050B vacuum pump
Long service life
Applications of Stainless Steel Vacuum Filter
Continuous filtration of one sample.
Microbiological fluids removal and particle analysis
Filtration of biological solutions (proteins)