Fiber Filter Bags 25 micron porosity- 200 Count. Order F57 Filter Bags by 200 count package quantity (E.g. 5 = 1,000 filter bags). Volume discounts will be applied when added to the shopping cart. Quantity discounts apply at 1000, 5000 and 10,000 quantities
The F57 filter bag now incorporates a process called point-bonding to laminate the various layers of the filter matrix. This process causes some noticeable “points” to be visible, however this does not affect the porosity or flow characteristics of the material. Exhaustive testing was done to confirm consistency and results before making the process change.
Order F58 Filter Bags by 100 count package quantity(E.g. 10 = 1,000 filter bags). Volume discounts will be applied when added to the shopping cart. Quantity discounts apply at 1000, 5000 and 10,000 quantities
The F58 filter bag is mainly designed for customers working with small grind size samples (0.5 – 1.0 mm screens) to support NIR analysis and some samples known for significant pulverization during grinding, regardless of screen size.
The porosity of the F58 filter bags are finer than the F57 but have increased flow capacity because of the type of polymer used to make the filter matrix. The F58 will allow better flow of chemicals to the sample and reduce artificially high values due to clumping caused by some sample types. Use for crude fiber, neutral detergent fiber and acid detergent fiber analysis. The bag has not been validated for use in the Daisy Incubator for in vitro studies.
Due to the polymers used, the F58 bag cannot be used to support follow-on assays for nitrogen or 72% H2SO4 lignin.
Replacement cover for the 120v and 220v Heat Sealers (P/N: HS, HSi). This is applied over the heating element and held in place with clamp strips. For installation diagram refer to Heat Sealer Operation Manual.
Replacement Insulator Strip on the 120v and 220v Heat Sealers (P/N: HS, HSi). This is adhesive-backed and positioned beneath the heating element. For installation diagram refer to Heat Sealer Operation Manual.
Inside the zipper bag are desiccant packs that absorb moisture within the bag. To avoid negatively impacting your assay results with unwanted moisture, use these assemblies to store filter bags while they are cooling after being dried.