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Automated processing p. 13


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Automated processing p. 13

Designed for autosamplers and out-of-lab
sample prep*

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Description

Autosampler and workflow support: Mini-UniPrep filters

Whatman Mini-UniPrep Syringeless Filters – polypropylene or glass chambers

The Mini-UniPrep syringeless filters are compatible with most autosamplers.

  • Easy-to-use design supports sample preparation outside of the lab if needed
  • Process samples in one-third the time of traditional syringe filtration
  • Replaces syringe, syringe filter, vial, and cap in one consumable
  • Polypropylene or glass chamber options to prevent interference from chemical leaching
  • Amber vials available for light sensitive samples
  • Multi-compressors available for ease of use
  • 12 × 33 mm vial can be used to filter up to 400 μL

Parts of a Mini-UniPrep filter

Typical data

Mini-UniPrep and Mini-UniPrep G2 filter vials
Mini-UniPrep Mini-UniPrep G2
Dimensions Equivalent in size to 12 mm × 32 mm vials Equivalent in size to 12 mm × 32 mm vials
Materials of construction
Chamber:

Plunger housing:

Plunger inner storage vial:

Filter medium:

Septum:

Cap:

Polypropylene

Polypropylene

N/A

As specified

Silicone with PTFE liner

Polypropylene

Borosilicate glass

Polypropylene

Borosilicate glass

As specified

Silicone with PTFE liner

Polypropylene

Maximum operating temp 50°C (122°F) 50°C (122°F)
Max. unfiltered sample capacity 400 μL 170 μL
Max. filtered sample capacity 350 μL 330 μL
Dead volume 50 μL 170 μL
Recommended minimum filtering volume 100 μL 220 μL placed in the chamber to obtain 50 μL in

inner storage vial

Nominal force needed to compress Approx. 8.2 kg (18 lbs) Approx. 11.3 kg (25 lbs)
Autosampler needle height adjustment: 3 mm from the bottom of Mini-UniPrep 5 mm from the bottom of Mini-UniPrep G2
Autosampler compatibility Any autosampler that accommodates standard

12 × 32 mm profile vials

Any autosampler that accommodates standard

12 × 32 mm profile vials

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