Vacuum Filtration

Vacuum filtration is used primarily in microbiological and analytical procedures that involve collecting a particulate (bacteria, precipitate, etc.) from a liquid suspension. Liquid poured into a funnel passes through a filter, which retains the particulate, and filtrate can be collected into a filter flask, directly or via a vacuum manifold. Applying vacuum reduces process time compared to gravity flow.


MicroAnalytix supplies a wide range of vacuum filter holders and accessories. Select from glass, polysulfone, or stainless steel assemblies with funnels holding from 15 to 1000 mL.


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