What is Grade 50C?
Johnson Test Papers’ Grade 50C is a standard grade glass filter found in many environmental applications offering a smaller pore size than 50A (1.2 µm), with a slightly slower filtration speed. The properties of 50C filters are a standard in the determination of liquid scintillation counting and total suspended solids collection in potable water and in industrial waste. In biochemical tests, Grade 50C is suited for cell harvesting and the analysis of carbohydrates.
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Total Suspended Solids Filter
Grade 50C filters from Johnson Test Papers are widely used as a total suspended solids filter for applications testing both potable water and waste water. Grade 50C can be used for
- Liquid scintillation counting filtration
- Cell Harvesting
- Industrial waste analysis
- Binding assays that require high loading capacity
- Analysis of carbohydrates by means of hydrolysis, filtration of solvents, cellular crops, clarification of samples, etc. where cellulose fibres are an inconvenience
|Whatman Cross Reference||= No.GFC|
|Speed class||Medium / Fast, very high loading|
|Pore size (μM)||1.2|
|Filtration Speed (sec*)||100|
|Burst Strength (Kg/cm²)||20|
|Diameter (mm)||Product Code|