GVS Nitrocellulose (NC) MCE Membrane
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GVS Mixed Cellulose Esters (MCE) Filtration Membrane is an unsupported, hydrophilic membrane.
Its rapid flow rate and high throughput make it ideal for use in diagnostic kit manufacturing applications.
GVS MCE Filtration Membranes are composed of a mixture of inert cellulose nitrate and cellulose acetate polymers.
The uniform microporous structure of these filters provides the fastest flow rates and highest throughputs available in a membrane filter.
Because they are biologically inert, GVS MCE Filtration Membranes are ideal for a wide range of clarification, sterilization, and analytical applications such as microbiological analysis, clarification, or sterilization of aqueous solutions, industrial hygiene applications, silt density index, and particulate-matter analysis.
For gravimetric analysis using ashing techniques, GVS MCE Membranes yield a residue of less than 0.045% of their initial weight.
They are hydrophilic with a noncytotoxic wetting agent and yield extractable levels of less than 4% of their weight.
These membranes are autoclavable at 121°C for 20 minutes.
Sterilized product lifetime is 24 months from sterilization date.
- High flow rate: fast filtration rates
- Uniform pore structure: consistent flow and diffusion rates
- Consistency: Lot-to-lot consistency
- Thickness (mm): 0.1 - 0.19
- Aqueous filtration
- Black for food and beverage applications
- Gravimetric analysis with ashing technique
- Microbiological and particulate analysis
- Sterility testing
GVS was founded in 1979 and is headquartered out of Bologna, Italy. GVS has a rich history of responsible innovation and a commitment to a future in which good health is a universally reachable target. In over 40 years of history, GVS has evolved from a supplier of components for the healthcare sector to a global group that produces highly technological diversified filtration solutions.
In the Healthcare & Life Sciences area, the GVS plants operate with ISO 13485 certifications and are compliant with the European Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice. Many of the products in this division have the CE certification, are registered with FDA in the United States or have registrations for the specific countries where the group operates.