SupaPore TP

SupaPore TP microfiltration cartridges have been designed specifically for use in a wide range of aggressive gas and liquid processing applications. Its naturally hydrophobic PTFE membrane makes this cartridge an ideal choice for systems requiring excellent compatibility, reliability and a consistently high quality filtrate.

All cartridges are thermally bonded and adhesive free. Each unit is pre-flushed with ultra-pure water and integrity tested before final assembly*1.

 - Can be steam sterilised
 - Sanitisable
 - Meet current US FDA CFR Title 21 requirements
 - Fully integrity testable by Water Intrusion, Bubble Point or Diffusion Flow test*1
 - All B grade modules are integrity tested during manufacture

Available in a wide range of grades & absolute rated pore sizes:
 - 0.1, 0.2, 0.45, 1.0µm and solvent grade
 - General Grade
 - Biological Grade

Suitable for most sanitisation regimes including steaming, autoclaving, hot-water flush and most common sanitising agents.  (Note: Steaming, autoclaving and hot water sanitisation must use the glass filled end-cap option)

Contact us for further information or to discuss your filter application.

Product Features

  • A naturally hydrophobic PTFE membrane rated at 0.2µm in liquids and 0.02µm in gases
  • Polypropylene support
  • Minimal fibre migration
  • Wide chemical compatibility
  • Validation by bacterial and aerosolised bacteriophage challenge
  • Junior cartridge available

Features + Benefits

  • Fully Integrity Testable – Water Intrusion, Bubble Point and Diffusional Flow values provided for all biological grade pore sizes*1
  • Validated*2 removal ratings for consistent and reliable performance
  • Feature naturally hydrophobic PTFE membrane and polypropylene hardware
  • Thermal bonding process eliminates adhesives and ensures minimal extractables
  • Identification mark on every cartridge
  • Full Product Validation Guide available
  • (*1 B grade only *2 See product guides for further details stating test method and rated efficiencies)


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