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Silver Membrane Filters, 0.2 Micron, 13mm  + 1,115,800원
Silver Membrane Filters, 1.2 Micron, 47mm  + 825,100원
Silver Membrane Filter, 1.2 micron, 15mm  + 910,100원
Silver Membrane Filters, 3.0 Micron, 13mm  + 1,115,800원
Silver Membrane Filters, 3.0 Micron, 25mm  + 652,700원
Silver Membrane Filters, 3.0 Micron, 37mm  + 581,400원
Silver Membrane Filters, 3.0 Micron, 47mm  + 825,100원
Silver Membrane Filter, 3 micron, 15mm  + 910,100원
Silver Membrane Filters, 5.0 Micron, 13mm  + 1,115,800원
Silver Membrane Filters, 5.0 Micron, 25mm  + 652,700원
Silver Membrane Filters, 5.0 Micron, 37mm  + 581,400원
Silver Membrane Filters, 5.0 Micron, 47mm  + 825,100원
Silver Membrane Filters, 1.2 Micron, 37mm  + 581,400원
Silver Membrane Filters, 1.2 Micron, 25mm  + 652,700원
Silver Membrane Filters, 1.2 Micron, 13mm  + 1,115,800원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.2 Micron, 25mm  + 652,700원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.2 Micron, 37mm  + 581,400원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.2 Micron, 47mm  + 825,100원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.8 Micron, 13mm  + 1,115,800원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.8 Micron, 25mm  + 652,700원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.8 Micron, 37mm  + 581,400원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.8 Micron, 47mm  + 825,100원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.45 Micron, 13mm  + 1,115,800원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.45 Micron, 25mm  + 652,700원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.45 Micron, 37mm  + 581,400원
Silver Membrane Filters, 0.45 Micron, 47mm  + 825,100원
Silver Membrane Filter, 5 micron, 15mm  + 910,100원
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Silver Membrane

 

 

 

 

 

 

Silver Membrane Filter /

실버 멤브레인 필터

 

 

 

 

​Silver metal membrane filters are used in a variety of filtration applications, and their ability to withstand

extreme chemical and thermal stress makes them ideal laboratory filtration equipment for applications

involving aggressive fluids and/or high temperatures. Silver metal filter membranes are pure metallic silver

(99.97% pure silver) and are available with particle retention ratings of 0.2 to 5.0 microns. These silver metal

membrane disc filters and sheets are specified in a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

(NIOSH) standard for the analysis of crystalline and amorphous silica, lead sulfide, boron carbide, and chrystotile

asbestos. Sterlitech's silver metal membranes can be used as the collection media and subsequent x-ray

diffraction substrate for quantifying unknown minerals and compounds.

Applications

 

 

 

1. Analytical


X-ray diffraction (XRD); silver metal membranes make
excellent substrates

for XRD analysis - silver purity 99.97% -smooth surface, grayish-white color;

highly reflective surface; absolute surface retention; low background noise;

distinct diffraction peaks.
Scanning Electron Microscopy (EM); smooth; electrically conductive;

extremely thin membrane 50 µm; easy sample preparation.​

 

 

 

2. Gas

Air-borne contaminants - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

(NIOSH) - used for industrial hygiene in foundries, glass plants, quarries, mines,

ceramic manufacturing - Methods using 0.45 µm, 25 mm: 

 

*N6011 (Bromine and Chlorine)  *N7500 (Silica, Crystalline)  *N7501 (Silica, Amorphous)

*OSHA ID142 (Quartz and Cristobalite in Workplace Atmospheres)  *N7504 (Vanadium Oxide)

*N7505 (Lead Sulfide)  *N7506 (Boron Carbide)  *N9000 (Asbestos, Crysotile)

 

Respirable Combustible Dust (RCD) sampling and analysis - 0.8 µm, 25 mm, mines

- measurement of diesel particulate matter, evaporated hydraulic fluids, fuel oils, and

compressed air lubricants by weighing and ashing.

•Dopant gases for semiconductor manufacturing.
•Steam, or air sterilization, autoclavable
•Venting, high temperatures

 

 

 

 

3. Liquid


•Clarification (3.0-5.0 µm); Polishing (1.2 µm); Sterilization (0.2-0.8 µm)
•Intrinsically Bacteriostatic - Silver does not allow the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms.
•High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) for a clearer; steadier

baseline - may rule out interference from other sources of HPLC solvents

(0.2, 0.45, and 0.8 &micor;m); tolerates high temperatures; gases and

aggressive liquids -- Tetrahydrofuran (THF)

  

 

4. Viscous Fluid


•Organic Carbon, inorganic, and suspended-sediment water - 0.45 µm,

47 mm, used by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
•Lubrication oils for servomechanisms and precision instruments
•Direct-line Applications with a Sprayer
•High-purity fluids in semiconductor applications

 


5. Other Industrial

•Chlorine Monitoring - Pulp and Paper Industry, disinfection; removal

of tin and zinc in iron; chlorinating hydrocarbons; manufacturing synthetic

 rubber, plastics, pesticides, refrigerants; treating water and sewage
•Electronics Industry - filter coolants, cleaning fluids, sterile air
•Aircraft/Missile Fuels; critical fluids - resists alcohols, fuels, hydrocarbons,

polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), oils, alkalies, ethers
•OSHA - coal tar pitch volatiles, 0.8 µm, 47 mm and 37 mm
•Cold Sterilization (beverages, beer) - absolute particle-retention due to precise pore size
•Soil and clay analysis
•Fly Ash Sampling; Energy Research and Development Agency (ERDA)
•Bacteria Sampling

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SILVER MEMBRANE BIBLIOGRAPHY 

  1. Baigal, M.D. “Application of Metallic Membrane Filters in the Clarification of Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Solutions for Gel Permeation Chromatography.” Analytical Chemistry 44.7 (1972): 1337-1338.
  2. Blanco, A.J., et al. “Microspectrophotometric Technique for Obtaining the Infrared Spectrum of Microgram Quantities of Atmospheric dust.” Atmospheric Dust 2 (1968): 327-330.
  3. Blumer, Max, et al. “An Integrated Gas Chromatograph – Mass Spectrometer System with Carrier Gas Separator.” American Chemistry Society 40 (1968): 1590-1592.
  4. Buesseler, K. O., et al. “Particle export during the Southern Ocean Iron Experiment (SOFeX).” Limnology and Oceanography 50 (2004): 311-327. 6 Aug 2009 
  5. Bumsted, H.E. “Determination of Alpha-Quartz in the Respirable Portion of Airborne Particulates by X-Ray Diffraction.” American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal(1973): 150-158.
  6. Borrás, Ana, et al. “Supported Ag–TiO2 core–shell nanofibres formed at low temperature by plasma deposition.” Nanotechnology 17 (2006): 3518-3522. 6 Aug 2009 
  7. Bye, Erik. “Quantitative Microanalysis of Cristobalite by X-ray Powder Diffraction.” Journal of Applied Crystallography 16 (1983): 21-23.
  8. Cassinelli, Mary Ellen. “Development of a Solid Sorbent Monitoring Method for Chlorine and Bromine in Air with Determination by Ion Chromatography.” Appl. Occup. Environ. Hyg 6.3 (1991): 215-226.
  9. Escoriza, Maria Fernanda, et al. “Raman spectroscopy and chemical imaging for quantification of filtered waterborne bacteria.” Journal of Microbiological Methods 66 (2006): 63-72. 6 Aug 2009 
  10. Falgout, D.A., et al. “Determination of H2S Exposure by Dynamic Sampling with Metallic Silver Filters.” APCA Journal 18.1 (1968): 15-20.
  11. Glazier, Scott A., et al. “Autofluorescence detection of Escherichia coli on silver membrane filters.” Journal of Microbiological Methods 20 (1994) 23-27. 6 Aug 2009 
  12. “Angular and Fibrous Particles in Lung in Relation to Silica-Induced Diseases.” International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 71.4 (1998): 263-269.
  13. Jordan, George V., et al. “The application of a porous metal membrane to the cold sterilization of beer.” Technical Quarterly of the Master Brewers Association of America7.1.
  14. Katan, T. et al. “Relating Structural Variables of Porous Electrodes.” Electrochemical Science and Technology 122.1 (1975): 77-80.
  15. Leroux, J., et al. “Proposed Standard Methodology for the Evaluation of Silicosis Hazards.” American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal (1973): 409-417.
  16. Leroux, J. and C.A. Powers. “Direct X-Ray Diffractions Quantitative Analysis of Quartz in Industrial Dust Films Deposited on Silver Membrane Filters.” Staub Reinhaltung der Luft (German Edition) 2.5 (1969).
  17. Lucas, G.S., et al. “Comparison of silver and polycarbonate membranes for measurement of erythrocyte filterability.” (1985).
  18. McMahon, John J. “Photocatalytic electrode and fuel cell.” United States Patent 20070231624 (2007). 6 Aug 2009 
  19. Minneci, Peter, et al. “Molecularly-bonded Metal Microfiltration Membrane.” Journal of Membrane Science 39 (1987): 273-283.
  20. Moravec, Pavel. “Vapor Phase Synthesis of Zirconia Fine Particles from Zirconium Tetra-Tert-Butoxide.” Aerosol and Air Quality Research 7 (2007): 563-577. 6 Aug 2009 
  21. “Oceanographers collect particles with membranes.” Membrane Technology (2002): 2. 6 Aug 2009 
  22. “Osmonics adopts silver standard.” Membrane & Separation Technology News (1996).
  23. Plowman, C. and E. Hobson. “The Identification of Asbestos by x-ray Diffraction.” American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 41.4 (1980): 299-304.
  24. Polliack, A., et al. “Comparison of air drying and critical point drying procedures from the study of human blood cells by scanning electron microscopy.” Scanning Electron Microscopy (1973): 529-534.
  25. Poppe, Lawrence J., et al. “A metal-membrane mount for x-ray powder diffraction.” Clays and Minerals 27.2 (1979): 152-153.
  26. Puledda, S. and A. Marconi. “Quantitative X-Ray Diffraction Analysis of Asbestos by the Silver Membrane Filter Method: Application to Chrysotile.” American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 51.3 (1990): 107-114.
  27. Richards, Ronald T., et al. “A preliminary report on the use of silver metal membrane filters in sampling for Coal Tar Pitch Volatiles.” American Industrial Hygiene Journal(1967).
  28. Schubel, J.R. “On Suspended Sediment Sampling by Filtration.” Southeastern Geology 8.2 (1967).
  29. “Silver membranes aid oil exploration.” Membrane Technology (2006): 3. 6 Aug 2009
  30. Johnson, Richard D., et al. “Silver Membrane Filters as a Support for Infrared Analysis by Attenuated Total Reflection.” Analytical Chemistry (1966).
  31. Skogerboe, Rodney K., et al. “Trace Determination and Speciation of Cyanide by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.” Rosentreter (1976).
  32. Tuchoike, Brian E. “Determination of montnirullonite in small samples and implications for suspended-matter studes.” Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 44.1 (1974): 254-258.
  33. United States. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Collaborative Tests of Two Methods for Determining Free Silica in Airborne Dust. Washington: GPO, 1983.
  34. Verma, Dave K., et al. “A comparison of two methods of sampling and analysis for free crystalline silica alpha-quartz.” Appl. Occup. Environ. Hyg 7.11 (1992).

 

 


 

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