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Sartorius™ Traditional Vacuum Pumps

Neoprene membrane pumps with low noise level, oil- and maintenance-free and is a reliable vacuum

Marca:  Sartorius™ 16615

Detalles adicionales : Peso : 11.39000kg

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Código de producto. 15922540

  • 1340.00€ / cada uno


Consúltenos : 902 239 303 
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Descripción

Descripción

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.

Especificación

Especificación

13mbar
110V 60Hz
22.5cm
9.8kg
26L/min.
60Hz
25cm
338mm
250mm
110V
13.3 x 9.8 x 8.9 in. (338 x 250 x 225mm)
120w
40°C
Combisart
8.9 in.
13.3 in.
13.3 in.
Multiple filtration runs with multibranch manifolds for microbial enumeration
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