Titanium Steel Frits - Unidense Type

Unidense frits
  • Biocompatible
  • Recommended for protein analysis
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Various pore sizes and diameters

Titanium is preferred over stainless steel for applications related to the analysis of sensitive substances in general and large biomolecules in particular. Evidently proteins have a tendency to adsorb on the stainless steel (iron) frit and consequently reduce recovery or may even decompose. Titanium also offers higher corrosion resistance and can be used with solvents containing halides.

OD Thickness Porosity Frit volume Qty/pkg Product No.
1/16"
(1.59 mm)
.030"
(0.76 mm)
0.5 µm 0.82 µL 5 JR-.5FR1TI-5
2 µm 0.71 µL 5 JR-2FR1TI-5
1/8"
(3.18 mm)
.040"
(1.02 mm)
2 µm 2.83 µL 5 JR-2FR2TI-5
1/4"
(6.35 mm)
.040"
(1.02 mm)
2 µm 11.30 µL 5 JR-2FR4TI-5
3/8"
(9.53 mm)
.040"
(1.02 mm)
2 µm 25.45 µL 5 JR-2FR6TI-5
1/2"
(12.70 mm)
.040"
(1.02 mm)
2 µm 45.20 µL 5 JR-2FR8TI-5
10 µm 51.66 µL 5 JR-10FR8TI-5
1"
25.40 mm)
.060"
(1.52 mm)
2 µm 180.80 µL 5 JR-2FR1KTI-5

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Material: Titanium (sintered)
  • Tolerances
    <5 mm OD ±0.05 mm (.002")
    5-12 mm OD ±0.08 mm (.003")
    12.5-25.4 mm OD ±0.20 mm (.008")

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NOTES

  • Standard frits are without chamfers - chamfered frits are available on request.
  • Stated frit porosities are only nominal and do not reflect the maximum pore size of a frit.