Healthcare costs are rising and new technologies to deliver drugs are all the talk. Mott's technology can provide the answer with extremely low flow drug delivery. We are talking about nano-liters per day.
Biopharmaceutical processes that require air filtration or venting applications in high temperature environments provide a serious challenge for traditional PTFE, PVDF and polypropylene filter products. Mott all-metal 316L SS or Nickel alloy filter cartridges provide superior safety and long service life in biotech environments with elevated temperatures and oxidation stress.
Pharmaceutical processing equipment is must meet tough industry standards year after year. Whether using batch processes or on the forefront of continuous processing, our engineers can customize filtration and flow control products to meet your systems needs. Lower your risk by using our sterilizing grade filtration options for both gas and liquid processes.
Getting your product through FDA approvals and the clinical trial process is daunting. We understand the journey you face and work with you every step of the way to ensure we get you through successfully. Working for decades with medical applications allows us to bring an experienced hand to the design and testing process to give you the reliability and performance required.
Manufacturing in a clean environment can be critical to product performance to ensure there is no carry over into analytical processes. Our class 100 (ISO 5) or class 10,000 (ISO 7) clean rooms are often used to manufacture critical components. Mott also offers in-house passivation services, organic-free processing and clean room packaging for critical applications.
Mott porous metal products can be cleaned in-situ with blowback (gas) or back pulse (liquids) methods. They can be washed or purged with water, solvents, bleach, caustic or acid solutions. They also can be autoclaved, steam purged or cleaned ultrasonically without degrading…even over years of use. This often can produce a significant return on investment versus single use technology.