Well, I would think not. I assume you are looking for a sterile filtration which means to remove all of the yeast cells.
The pads I have found online
say they are .4 to .6 micron. By definition sterile filtration is at .45 micron, so these pads will let some yeast cells through.
Most home winemakers do not bother with sterile filtration. It's just not worth the expense. If you are really bent on it though search for the enlomatic, I believe they have a .45 micron absolute filter cartridge that will sterile filter your wine.
However, if your goal is to just prevent re-fermentation then use the standard sorbate / sulphite combo and leave the filtering to just improve the appearance of your wines.