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MedArray, Inc.

3915 Research Park Dr., Ste. A-4
Ann Arbor, 48108
United States of America, Michigan

Phone: 734-769-1066
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Description:

MedArray manufactures silicone hollow fiber membrane modules. Silicone is a dense (non-porous) membrane that can add or remove gas to liquid or other gas streams. It effectively operates even at low pressures, and has a wide range of operating termperatures from below 0°C to over 100ºC.

Applications for the PermSelect® membrane modules include:

  • degassing water
  • removing VOC's
  • oxygenating blood
  • controlling oxygen and CO2 in culture media
  • controlling gas in enclosed research chambers

Sizes range from 10 cm2 surface area to 2.5 m2 surface area, configured in densely packed cartridges for optimal efficiency. Flow rates range from ml to liters per minute to suit a broad range of applications.

For more information on membrane separation, see our whitepaper on using membranes for gas separation. Please visit our website as well.



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Last update of this entry: August 09, 2010

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