MATERIALS: Mott Corp. will display filtration products, flow control products and porous metal technology in its exhibit at the MD&M West tradeshow (Booth #3185) taking place in Anaheim, CA Feb. 9-11.Design engineers in the Medical Device industry and other industries, utilize Mott’s porous metal media primarily because of its precise consistency and durability. Products using porous metal offer exceptional performance, long life and accuracy. Some products currently utilizing porous metal include various implantable devices, filters to prevent plugging of catheters, drug delivery devices, medical instrumentation, sparging devices for cell culture processing and gas flow restrictor devices for gas delivery in life-critical systems.
Our products are produced using a wide variety of metal alloys to meet the requirements of many demanding applications. Primary alloys used for medical devices are titanium and 316L stainless steels.
In addition to the fact that porous metal offers unique design and performance benefits, porous metal can help your company go green. Mott sintered porous metal media can also be completely recycled; an important attribute as we look for ways to conserve on the consumption of resources, energy and space used in landfills.
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