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Molecular Biology Products Inc., your competent supplier for lab equipment, offers syringe filters for various applications, including filtration of cell culture media, protein purification, and more. Our syringe filters are available in multiple pore sizes and membrane materials to meet your needs.

We offer syringe filters with hydrophilic and hydrophobic membranes and options for autoclavable and non-autoclavable filters. Our selection of pore sizes ranges from 0.2 microns to 30 microns. Our syringe filters are perfect for your needs, so don’t hesitate to reach out and contact us today!

Choosing Syringe Filters

Molecular Biology Products Inc. has provided high-quality products and services to the scientific community for over 30 years. No matter what your syringe filtration needs, we have a filter for you. Our team is always available to look into your queries and help out however they can.

We offer the best prices for volume orders and a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our products. Our goal is to always provide the best possible service and support to our customers. To clarify our customers’ queries, we are always available to answer them.

Using Syringe Filters

Syringe filters are an essential piece of equipment for many types of scientific experiments. They are used to remove unwanted particles from solutions, and they can also be used to purify samples. There are a variety of sizes and materials for syringe filters, which may be found in most pharmacies.

The type of syringe filter you use will depend on the experiment you are performing and the sample you are working with.

The filters are made from various materials, including glass, polypropylene, and nylon. The material you use will depend on the experiment you are performing and the sample you are working with.

Glass syringe filters are the most common and are often used for aqueous solutions. Polypropylene syringe filters are common and can be used for aqueous and organic solutions. Nylon syringe filters are less common but can be used for aqueous and organic solutions.