When you think of GE Energy, you usually think of huge power-generating equipment. But at MD&M West next week GE Energy will introduce patent-pending Aspire hydrophilic ePTFE membrane.
The new fluoropolymer technology eliminates alcohol pre-wetting of cartridge filters that can be time consuming and expensive.
GE Energy says its Aspire hydrophilic ePTFE membrane meets the same criteria for bacteria retention, flow rate, and chemical resistance as hydrophobic ePTFE membranes.
I’ll be at MD&M West next week to check out the latest materials and assembly technologies for medical designers and manufacturers. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if there’s something you’d like me to check out.