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GE Healthcare Whatman™ Anotop 10mm HPLC Syringe Filters, Pore size 0.2µm Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

Whatman Anotop HPLC syringe filter products from GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences business are specifically designed for effective UHPLC and HPLC sample preparation.

Manufacturer:  GE Healthcare 20010200

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Catalog No. 09-927-386

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  • Syringe filter removes particulates that could cause damage, supporting longer column life
  • Low levels of UV-absorbing extractable substances for consistent HPLC sample preparation
  • Anopore inorganic aluminum membrane filters a broad range of solvents
  • High pore-size precision due to capillary pore structure

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