Sartocon® Slice and Sartocube® Self Contained Unit Hydrosart® 100 kDa
The Hydrosart® high-performance membrane is a stabilized cellulose-based membrane optimized for biopharmaceutical process applications. It is stable across a broad pH range and extremely hydrophilic, making it virtually non-fouling and non-protein binding, which leads to high product yield and high sustained flux.
- Self-Contained Unit (SCU): Pre-flushed, sterile and ready to use
- Cut-Off: 100 kDa
- Membrane Material: Hydrosart®
- Channel Design: ECO
- Connectors: AseptiQuik®
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Sartocon® Slice and Sartocube® Self-Contained Unit (SCU)
Self-Contained Units with Hydrosart®membrane are 0.14 m² to 14 m² pre-sterilized disposable units suitable for use in cGMP environments.
- Pre-flushed, sterile, ready to use
- No CIP with associated water flush and validation required, which leads to cost and time savings in set up and validation efforts
- High product yield and high sustained flux due to low protein binding membrane
- No use of glues and therefore low extractables
molecular weight cut offs: 10 kDa | 30 kDa | 100 kDa | 300 kDa
Filtration Area: 0. 14 m² | 0.28 m² | 0.42 m² | 1.4 m² | 3.5 m² | 7 m² | 14 m²
IndustryPharma / Biotech
Bacterial Endotoxins< 0.18 EU/mL as determined by the LAL test
Biological ReactivityAll materials of this filter element meet the requirements of the current USP Biological Reactivity tests <88> for plastics Class VI (Systemic Injection, Intracutaneous and Implantation tests).
ExtractablesThe total amount of extractables is well below the limits established by the current USP unter "Sterile Water for Injection".
Filtration Area0.14 m²
Flow Channel GeometryProtein conc. <20% /or viscosity max.3cp
- Slice Cassettes
- Sartocon® SCU
Filter ConfigurationSlice ECO Cassette
Materials of Construction
Integral FramePolypropylene (PP)
Sealing CompoundSilicone Grey
Maximum Inlet Pressure4 bar
pH StabilitypH 2 - 14
Non-Fiber ReleasingThis filter product complies with the title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), section 210.3(b)(6) and 211.72.