MATERIALS:Mott Corp. announces the introduction of a newly developed ultra high flow metal filter series. This group of products represents the most efficient high flow, all-metal gas filter in the market today. Mott’s High Flow Defender Series Filters can accommodate flow rates of 300 slpm and 650 slpm in standard filter lengths of 3.31 inch (84 mm) or 5.0 inch (127 mm) respectively.This filter series attains filtration efficiencies at 9 LRV (99.9999999 percent efficiency) down to 0.003 µm particles sizes. Mott is the first to offer an all-metal gas filter that can provide these efficiencies and these very high flow rates in such small footprints. As the semiconductor, flat panel display and photovoltaic industries look to increase flow requirements in their manufacturing processes, the Mott High Flow, High Efficiency Defender Filters are there to meet the challenge.
Mott Corp. design teams have been engineering solutions and developing the technology of porous metal for over 50 years. This newest innovative development attests to Mott’s unique ability to create useful geometries from porous metal media that continue to push the envelope for performance of metal filters.
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