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GE Healthcare Whatman™ Quantitative Filter Paper: Grade 589/1 Circles Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

Designed for fast filtration of coarse precipitate. Whatman™ Grade 589/1 Quantitatve FIlter Paper Circles support tests such as cement fineness measurement in a standard Blaine test or determination of the ash content in foodstuffs. 

Manufacturer:  GE Healthcare 10300010

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Catalog No. 09-924-101


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Description

Description

 
Ashless grade are very pure filters suitable for a wide range of critical analytical filtration procedures. Whatman™ quantitative filter papers are designed for gravimetric analysis and the preparation of samples for instrumental analysis. 
  • For coarse precipitate retention
  • Herzberg filtration speed of 50 s
  • Black Ribbon Filter for filtration of coarse precipitates
  • Ashless with very high flow rate
  • High purity (< 0.01% ash)

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Specifications

Specifications

Grade 589/1 Filter for Coarse Precipitate Retention, 110 mm circle (100 pcs)
With less than 0.01% ash, GE’s Whatman Grade 589/1 filter papers can be used for the Blaine test in the cement industry and as an ash content test filter for foodstuffs.
High-quality cotton linters
190μm
12 to 15μmm
High
Ashless
Grade 589/1
Circles
110 mm
Designed for gravimetric analysis and the preparation of samples for instrumental analysis. For the filtration of coarse precipitates. For many quantitative standard methods, especially for gravimetric applications (e.g., determination of the ash content
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