The MicroScience range of glass fiber and cellulose filter papers is manufactured to exacting quality standards within an ISO9001 Quality System. Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) ensures tight and reproducible product specifications, providing assurance of product consistency and uniform performance. Here
MicroScience Qualitative filter papers are manufactured from high purity cellulose fibres with ash contents less than 0.1%. The filter papers have a broad pH tolerance and are thermostable up to 120°C. ¹ Filtration Time (secs) for 100ml, prefiltered distilled
MicroScience Quantitative Ashless grades are made of pure cellulose fibres with an ash content of less than 0.01%. The Quantitative Ashless grades are acid washed to ensure high purity for demanding applications.
MicroScience Quantitative Hardened Ashless grades are made of pure cellulose fibres with an alpha cellulose content of almost 100%. The Hardened Ashless grades have an ash content of less than 0.01% and are acid washed to ensure high purity in
MicroScience Glass Fibre depth filters are manufactured with very fine borosilicate glass fibres, offering high filtration efficiency, fast flow rates and high dirt holding capacity. The range of glass fibre filters is non-hydroscopic and biologically inert. MicroScience Glass Fibre filters
MicroScience Phase Separating filter papers are silicone treated to separate aqueous and organic solutions. Organic solutions will permeate the filter paper with the aqueous solution being retained. Grade Standard sizes mm Ø MS PS 55 70 90 110 125 150
The laminated bench protector paper protects work surfaces from chemical spills, toxic or infectious substances. Spills are quickly absorbed by the surface layer of cellulose material and prevented from penetrating to the work bench surface by a thin coating of
MicroScience chromatography papers are produced from 100% alpha-cellulose cotton linters and are tested for capillary action, water flow rate and absorption speed to asure uniformity and reproducibility. Better resolution is achieved with slower flow rate papers. Applications: Chromatography Electrophoresis and blotting