Living On Dialysis Can Be Challenging Haem-O-Flux Brings “New Normals” In Your Life

Haem-O-Flux is the first member of our Haem-O-Flux family. Due to its asymmetric membranes & uniform pore distribution this series remains one of the highest performing low flux dialyzers available today. At the earliest of its siblings this series has helped to build the credibility of the Haem-O-Flux name which now enjoys the trust of customers.



Features & Benefits:

  •  Ultra-smooth PU cut surface reduces blood clotting
  •  Uniform distribution of pore size for higher clearance
  •  Excellent membrane bio-compatibility
  •  Optimized asymmetric membrane structure
  •  Shelf Life: 36 Months
  •  Available variants: Low & High Flux

Technical Specifications: Haem-O-Flux LFP 130

Surface Area (m²) 1.3
KUF* (mL/h*mmHg) 12
Form of Treatment HD
Wall Thickness/ Lumen 40/200µm
Membrane Polysulfone
Housing Polycarbonate
Potting Compound Polyurethane
Priming Volume (mL) 79
Sterilization Gamma
TMP Max. mmHg 600
Product Code 90365
Units per Box 28

Clearance QB 200 mL/min

Urea 12
Creatinine HD
Phosphate 40/200µm
Vitamin B12 Polysulfone

Clearance QB 300 mL/min

Urea 241
Creatinine 214
Phosphate 169
Vitamin B12 98

In vitro performance : Qd=500 ml/min, Qf= 10 ml/min, T= 37°C. Bovine blood Hct 32%, Protein 60g/LIn vitro performance : Qd=500 ml/min, Qf= 10 ml/min, T= 37°C. Bovine blood Hct 32%, Protein 60g/L

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