DURAN® Filter Disc, sintered glass, edge not fused, centred, surfaces untreated, Ø 55 mm, Porosity 4

  • Manufactured from borosilicate glass 3.3
  • Edge non-melted and centred, surfaces untreated
  • Successful work through the correct choice of porosity (The largest pore size should be slightly below the grain size of the smallest particles still to be separated).
  • Available in 6 different porosity classes
  • Glass articles for further processing
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Product Overview
Glass powder with a certain particle size distribution results in a porous, solid body. These bodies are used as filter material in the form of plates and candles. Made of DURAN® (borosilicate glass 3.3). They are ideally suited for separations with strong acids or alkalis, for example, and thus offer advantages over other materials such as plastic or paper. Available in 6 different porosity classes according to ISO 4796 as well as ASTM EI28-99.

Suitable for vacuum filtration with a maximum resulting pressure difference of 1 bar. A prerequisite for successful work with glass filters is the selection of the right porosity. It is important to select a filter whose largest pore size is slightly below the grain size of the smallest particles still to be separated.

Specifications

Specifications
article number I (SAP No) 251555408
Cat. No. 251555408
h (mm) 4.2
Description Glass powder with a certain particle size distribution results in a porous, solid body. These bodies are used as filter material in the form of plates and candles. Made of DURAN® (borosilicate glass 3.3). They are ideally suited for separations with strong acids or alkalis, for example, and thus offer advantages over other materials such as plastic or paper. Available in 6 different porosity classes according to ISO 4796 as well as ASTM EI28-99.

Suitable for vacuum filtration with a maximum resulting pressure difference of 1 bar. A prerequisite for successful work with glass filters is the selection of the right porosity. It is important to select a filter whose largest pore size is slightly below the grain size of the smallest particles still to be separated.
Disc Diameter (mm) 55
Porosity 4
Material BORO 3.3
Boro 3.3 Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a very good chemical resistance, virtual inert behavior, a high maximum usage temperature, high light transparency and minimal thermal expansion. Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a linear coefficient of expansion of 3.3 × 10−6 K−1 at
Height (mm) 4.2
Autoclavable Yes
Quantity 1
Product Overview
Glass powder with a certain particle size distribution results in a porous, solid body. These bodies are used as filter material in the form of plates and candles. Made of DURAN® (borosilicate glass 3.3). They are ideally suited for separations with strong acids or alkalis, for example, and thus offer advantages over other materials such as plastic or paper. Available in 6 different porosity classes according to ISO 4796 as well as ASTM EI28-99.

Suitable for vacuum filtration with a maximum resulting pressure difference of 1 bar. A prerequisite for successful work with glass filters is the selection of the right porosity. It is important to select a filter whose largest pore size is slightly below the grain size of the smallest particles still to be separated.

Specifications

Specifications
article number I (SAP No) 251555408
Cat. No. 251555408
h (mm) 4.2
Description Glass powder with a certain particle size distribution results in a porous, solid body. These bodies are used as filter material in the form of plates and candles. Made of DURAN® (borosilicate glass 3.3). They are ideally suited for separations with strong acids or alkalis, for example, and thus offer advantages over other materials such as plastic or paper. Available in 6 different porosity classes according to ISO 4796 as well as ASTM EI28-99.

Suitable for vacuum filtration with a maximum resulting pressure difference of 1 bar. A prerequisite for successful work with glass filters is the selection of the right porosity. It is important to select a filter whose largest pore size is slightly below the grain size of the smallest particles still to be separated.
Disc Diameter (mm) 55
Porosity 4
Material BORO 3.3
Boro 3.3 Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a very good chemical resistance, virtual inert behavior, a high maximum usage temperature, high light transparency and minimal thermal expansion. Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a linear coefficient of expansion of 3.3 × 10−6 K−1 at
Height (mm) 4.2
Autoclavable Yes
Quantity 1