|NO||Diameter (mm)||thickness (mm)||aperture (μm)||Recommended use||Package|
|Ant-18-25||1.8||2.5||10||20μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-41-35||4.1||3.5||10||20μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|F20-28-35||2.8||3.5||10||20μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-43-35||4.3||3.5||10||200μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-45-35||4.5||3.5||10||200/300μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-41-35||4.1||3.5||10||200μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-55-35||5.5||3.5||10||1000μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-66-35||6.6||3.5||10||1000μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|Ant-21-20||2.1||2.0||10||20μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|F20-25-35||2.5||3.5||10||20μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|F100-38-35||3.8||3.5||10||100μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|F200-47-35||4.7||3.5||10||200μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|F200-51-35||5.1||3.5||10||200μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
|F1000-70-40||7.0||4.0||10||1000μl filter tip||10000piece/bag|
-----Perfect barrier to aerosol:
The filter element for the tip is made of pure ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene as raw material, processed by a unique process, and has hydrophobicity.
The hydrophobic filter element forms a strong barrier to aerosols and liquids, eliminating potential sample and pipette cross-contamination that may affect the results.
The filter element for the suction head is processed at high temperature, is produced and packaged in a clean workshop, and each process is guaranteed to be free of RNase and DNase pollution.
What is aerosol
In the process of water absorbing, the disturbance of the liquid, including flow, splash, wall, blowout, etc., etc., can produce an aerosol. The aerosol is dispersed from solid or liquid, and is suspended in a colloid dispersion system formed in a gas medium, a small size of solid and liquid, including droplets, bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, DNA, RNA, ultra-microerators. For example, a small fragment DNA of <100 bp DNA, some special reagent molecules, and the like. The aerosol enters the pipette as the passage formed by the negative pressure, and finally diffuses through two pathways. The first is to extract the next sample, enter the next sample, usually called sample cross-contamination; the second is spread to the air, which will adversely affect the operator when the sample is a hazardous sample, such as in absorbing Ebola And HIV samples or radioactive samples.