FARMINGTON, CT (August, 2012) – Mott Corporation, the leading supplier of porous metal products for the chromatography and analytical instrumentation market offers with a wide range of column frits, inline filters, and gas flow restrictors. Manufacturers of HPLC, GC and Mass Spec equipment rely on Mott for their high quality products, rigorous ISO compliant manufacturing and quality processes, outstanding customer service and unparalleled technical assistance for questions or product development opportunities.
Applications using porous metal products include inline filters for equipment protection, column frits, flow restrictors (laminar flow) for gas control, pump inlet filters, discs used in regenerative dryers, and filters for guard columns. Mott routinely works with customers in supplying product in 316L stainless steel and titanium, although many other alloys are available for more challenging environments. Mott collaborates with customers to integrate hardware or fittings and can help to develop new products or designs to meet specific application requirements.
Chromatography and laboratory instruments support applications in research, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical and life science markets, food and beverage, and environmental sciences on a daily basis. Mott’s expertise in porous metal product development and manufacture provides customers with products that perform without fail. Uniform flow and pore distribution ensure that stringent filtration, separation and flow control requirements are met. Mott also offers in-house passivation services, organic-free processing and clean room packaging for critical applications.
Mott Corporation has been providing engineered solutions through the use of porous metal to the biggest names in analytical chemistry for over 50 years. The unique nature of the porous structures coupled with the attributes of metal alloys provide higher strength, higher temperature and corrosion resistance, along with multiple flow paths, for a material ideally suited for extreme applications. Additional benefits of the material include thermal conductivity, vibration suppression, and sound absorption.
For more information about Mott, visit our website at www.mottcorp.com. Mott Corporation, 84 Spring Lane, Farmington, CT 06032-3159, (860) 747-6333 or email Quest@mottcorp.com.