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We have a long history of enabling efficient sample preparation within the life science, environmental analysis, clinical, forensic and industrial quality control markets. We are constantly devising ways to improve sample prep to meet the demands of lower detection limits while efficiently processing more samples.
We provide filtration products for essential separation and purification processes and help scientists anticipate and avoid problems in their downstream analyses by finding the optimum sample preparation method.
Filtration products for pre-filtration and sterilzing-grade filtration of liquids and gases.
Sanitary Stainless Steal Housings are specifically designed for liquid filtration applications of the Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry.
Filter Integrity Testing is an essential procedure to detect defective filter cartridges and to avoid their use. Malva S.A. offers solutions for all customer needs. Different devices and a comprehensive accessory package allow highest flexibility.
Reliable removal of microorganisms and particles from liquids with Minisart syringe filters.
Vacuum filtration systems are designed for the filtration of cell culture media, biological and other aqueous solutions.
Pressure filtration units are practical holder for a lot of laboratory filtration applications.
High purity filter papers for quantitative, qualitative and technical analyses, glass microfiber and quartz microfiber filters, extraction thimbles and lots of further paper grades for special and customized applications.
A filtration membrane is a thin , polymeric film made up of thousends of evenly sized microscopic pores. The size of these pores determines the size rating of the membrane.
» Diagnostic & OEM Membranes Our membranes are the most consistent nitrocellulose membranes available for In Vitro Diagnostic tests. Also available is a large portfolio of microporous membranes and ultrafilters which can be built up on request for the requierements of individual applications.
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