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SANIpore® TFES

Expanded Hydrophobic PTFE Membrane for Solvents

The SANIpore® TFES filter cartridges are composed of an expanded hydrophobic PTFE membrane, characteristics include organic & inorganic corrosion resistance and its inherently hydrophobic nature.

These filters are ideally suited for the sterile filtration for solvents and corrosive and oxidized liquids.

SANIpore® TFES

Features and Quality

  • Inherently hydrophobic
  • Broad chemical compatibility
  • Good chemical resistance with aggressive acids and bases
  • High filtration performance including high flow rates and low pressure drop
Features and Quality

Construction of Materials

Filtration Media Hydrophibic PTFE membrane
Media Support Polypropylene
End Caps Polypropylene
Center Core Polypropylene
Outer Support Cage Sealing Method Polypropylene
O-rings Thermal Bonding
O ring material Buna, Viton® (or FKM), EP, Silicone, FEP Encapsulated Silicone, FEP,Encapsulated Viton (or FKM)

Maximum Operating Parameters

Max Operating Pressure  
6.9 Bar (100 PSI) at 25℃
4.0 Bar (58 PSI) at 60℃
2.4 Bar (35 PSI ) at 80℃
Max Differential Pressure  
Forward             6.9 Bar (100 PSI) at 25℃
4.0 Bar (58 PSI) at 60℃
2.4 Bar (35 PSI) at 80℃
Reverse               3.0 Bar (44 PSI) at 25℃
1.0 Bar (15 PSI) at 80℃

Cartridge Integrity Test Specifications

Bubble Point
BP≥0.11 Mpa (60%/40% IPA/Water) (0.22um)
Diffusion Flow
DF≤16ml/min/10’’@0.27 MPA, 0.22um
Water Instrusion Test
          WFI: ≤0.38ml/min/10’’ cartridge @ 0.25MPA, 0.22um
Filtration Area 0.68m2/10’’

Flow Rate & Pressure Drop

SPTBFS filter cartridges
614 51 0005 30 01 S A P
Filter Type
614=SANIpore® TFES
Fliter Configuration
51=Cartridge
Pore Size
0005=0.05um
0010=0.1um
0020=0.22um
0045=0.45um
0100=1.0um
0300=3.0um
0500=5.0umm
0065=0.65m
Filter Size
30=5″
31=10″
33=20″
34=30″
35=40″
Connector
01=222Fin
02=222Flat
03=226Fin
04=226Flat
05=DOE
O-Ring
S=Silicone
E=EPDM
V=Viton
Sterilization
A=Autoclave
P=Pharmaceutical
grade

Features and Quality

Features and Quality
  • Inherently hydrophobic
  • Broad chemical compatibility
  • Good chemical resistance with aggressive acids and bases
  • High filtration performance including high flow rates and low pressure drop

Specification and Data

Construction of Materials

Filtration Media Hydrophibic PTFE membrane
Media Support Polypropylene
End Caps Polypropylene
Center Core Polypropylene
Outer Support Cage Sealing Method Polypropylene
O-rings Thermal Bonding
O ring material Buna, Viton® (or FKM), EP, Silicone, FEP Encapsulated Silicone, FEP,Encapsulated Viton (or FKM)

Maximum Operating Parameters

Max Operating Pressure  
6.9 Bar (100 PSI) at 25℃
4.0 Bar (58 PSI) at 60℃
2.4 Bar (35 PSI ) at 80℃
Max Differential Pressure  
Forward             6.9 Bar (100 PSI) at 25℃
4.0 Bar (58 PSI) at 60℃
2.4 Bar (35 PSI) at 80℃
Reverse               3.0 Bar (44 PSI) at 25℃
1.0 Bar (15 PSI) at 80℃

Cartridge Integrity Test Specifications

Bubble Point
BP≥0.11 Mpa (60%/40% IPA/Water) (0.22um)
Diffusion Flow
DF≤16ml/min/10’’@0.27 MPA, 0.22um
Water Instrusion Test
          WFI: ≤0.38ml/min/10’’ cartridge @ 0.25MPA, 0.22um
Filtration Area 0.68m2/10’’

Flow Rate & Pressure Drop

SPTBFS filter cartridges

Ordering Information

614 51 0005 30 01 S A P
Filter Type
614=SANIpore® TFES
Fliter Configuration
51=Cartridge
Pore Size
0005=0.05um
0010=0.1um
0020=0.22um
0045=0.45um
0100=1.0um
0300=3.0um
0500=5.0umm
0065=0.65m
Filter Size
30=5″
31=10″
33=20″
34=30″
35=40″
Connector
01=222Fin
02=222Flat
03=226Fin
04=226Flat
05=DOE
O-Ring
S=Silicone
E=EPDM
V=Viton
Sterilization
A=Autoclave
P=Pharmaceutical
grade

Common questions about Sanitek

Common Questions about SanitekWhat is the difference between PES and PVDF filter membranes?

The main difference lies in their chemical compatibility and filtration properties. PES (polyethersulfone) membranes offer excellent compatibility with a broad range of solvents, acids, and bases. They are known for their low protein binding and high flow rates.

PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) membranes, on the other hand, have superior chemical resistance, making them suitable for aggressive solvents and strong acids. PVDF membranes also provide high protein binding capacity, making them ideal for protein-based applications. The choice between PES and PVDF depends on the specific requirements of the filtration process, including chemical compatibility and protein retention needs.

Common Questions about SanitekHow do you assure the quality of your products?

At Sanitek, we pay attention to the details of every link and strictly adhere to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2005 standards to ensure the quality of our products.

In the raw material procurement phase, we work with reliable suppliers to ensure that the quality of raw materials meets our standard requirements.

In the production process, we strictly control the quality of each link to ensure that the manufacturing process of the product is stable and reliable. At the factory inspection stage of the final product, we carry out a comprehensive quality check to ensure that the product meets the customer’s requirements and specifications.

Common Questions about SanitekHow should I order? Who should I contact and how long does it take for material to arrive?

Contact us directly for full details or email us at sales@sanitekfilter.com. And we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Regarding the arrival time of materials, the specific delivery time may vary depending on the product inventory and shipping distance, please inquire about the specific delivery time when contacting the sales team. We will do our best to ensure that you receive the required materials in a timely manner.

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