Sartorius Traditional Vacuum Pumps
Neoprene membrane pumps with low noise level, oil- and maintenance-free and is a reliable vacuum
Manufacturer: Sartorius 16692
The Microsart e.jet vacuum laboratory pump is designed to create sufficient vacuum for filtration and unlike traditional vacuum pumps, it allows simultaneous transfer of the filtered liquid to waste. The Microsart e.jet Transfer Pump is ideal for sample filtration in Microbiology achieving a trans membrane pressure below 700 mbar in compliance with ISO 8199 (Water quality - General guidance on the enumeration of micro-organisms by culture). Constant flow rates and a defined maximum vacuum guarantee smooth and reliable filtration. The Microsart e.jet Transfer Pump greatly reduces operating complexity and is an ideal accessory for 3-branch and 1-branch manifolds.
The Microsart e.jet is designed to pump both gas and liquids, meaning no loss of efficiency or malfunctions from water drawn into the pump head. The vacuum pump series Microsart maxi.vac and Microsart mini.vac provide up to date technology for daily use in the Microbiology laboratory environment. They are electric neoprene membrane pumps and therefore oil- and maintenance-free with a low noise level. The vacuum produced by these pumps is controlled and can be easily adjusted to your specifications. Thus sensitive cells (e.g. bacteria) are concentrated on the surface of a membrane filter under better conditions, which results in decreased mortality of the cells, higher recovery rates and shorter incubation times.
|220 V 50 Hz|
|8 x 5.7 x 7.4 in. (203 x 145 x 187 mm)|
|Single filtration run with individual filter station for microbial enumeration|
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