Mott To Exhibit All-Metal Spargers At Interphex

Mott will be displaying all-metal spargers and filter designs focusing on the biopharm industry at Interphex 2010 on 20-22 April at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York. Mott will be featuring a quick-change sparger design that reduces the time it takes to replace sparger elements in bioreactors and fermentors. The quick-change sparger is configured with an adapter that allows easy assembly to the mating sparger tip and easy removal for replacement after each batch.

This eliminates the need to re-weld the tip or clean the entire assembly. After each batch, a new tip can be installed on the end of the assembly and is ready for steam-in-place operation. The sparger tip can also be cleaned externally, utilising a number of methods including ultrasonic cleaning or detergent and water flush. These spargers are durable and corrosion resistant, and the porosity of the media provides good mass-transfer efficiency throughout the tank.

Mott will also display its cartridge filters for vent, steam and gas-line applications. These all-metal products provide high strength and performance, and long life in biopharmaceutical processes. Mott filters are impervious to steam, heat and most chemical agents, and can survive an almost unlimited number of sterilisation cycles or can be discarded after each campaign.

Mott porous metal performs in high temperatures and corrosive environments, and provides mechanical stability. Cartridges are available with 222 or 226 Code 7 connections and can be purchased separately or with the filter housing. O-rings are also available in a variety of materials. Mott porous metal products are available in corrosion-resistant alloys such as 316LSS, nickel, hastelloy, titanium and other alloys offering long-term resistance to corrosive cleaning agents.


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