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GE Whatman<sup>®</sup> Acid-Treated Low-Metal TCLP Filters

GE Whatman® Acid-Treated Low-Metal TCLP Filters

Toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) is an analytical test designed to determine the leaching potential in a landfill for hazardous organic and inorganic contaminants that could potentially migrate into groundwater, threatening drinking water sources. This TCLP filter is a binder-free borosilicate glass microfiber with a particle retention rating of 0.6 µm to 0.8 µm, as specified by EPA Method 1311. The 9.0 cm diameter filter is required for volatile samples and used with a zero headspace extractor. The 14.2 cm filter is typically used with nonvolatile samples in an approved jar.

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Catalog Item Availability Mfr. Part # List Price Unit
889-13786 Acid Treated Low Metal TCLP Filter, circle, 4.7 cm - 100 pk

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1810-047 $145.10 PK
889-13789 Acid Treated Low Metal TCLP Filter, Circle, 9.0 cm - 50 pk

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1810-090 $115.60 PK
889-13792 Acid Treated Low Metal TCLP Filter, Circle, 11.0 cm - 50 pk

Specifications

1810-110 $168.70 PK
889-13795 Acid Treated Low Metal TCLP Filter, Circle, 12.5 cm - 50 pk

Specifications

1810-125 $250.15 PK
889-13798 Acid Treated Low Metal TCLP Filter, Circle, 14.2 cm - 50 pk

Specifications

1810-142 $305.30 PK
889-13801 Acid Treated Low Metal TCLP Filter, Circle, 15.0 cm - 50 pk

Specifications

1810-150 $330.70 PK

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Toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) is an analytical test designed to determine the leaching potential in a landfill for hazardous organic and inorganic contaminants that could potentially migrate into groundwater, threatening drinking water sources. This TCLP filter is a binder-free borosilicate glass microfiber with a particle retention rating of 0.6 µm to 0.8 µm, as specified by EPA Method 1311. The 9.0 cm diameter filter is required for volatile samples and used with a zero headspace extractor. The 14.2 cm filter is typically used with nonvolatile samples in an approved jar.

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