Mott Corporation
Mott Corporation has been providing unique solutions in the development and application of porous metal media since 1959. This light weight yet durable material displays a variety of benefits for use in thousands of applications that require consistent performance (uniform porosity) for gas or liquid flows, cleanability for repeatable use, sound absorption, wicking ability, high temperature tolerance, and high corrosion resistance. Porous metal can be used as breathers, sensor protectors, flow restrictors, gas sampling filters, spargers, fluidizers, filter cartridges, membrane supports, and is available in alloys such as 316LSS, Hastelloy®, Inconel®, titanium, and nickel.

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84 Spring Lane
Farmington, CT 06032-3159
United States
Phone: (860)747-6333
Fax: 8607476739

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Filter Media; Filters; Filters, Cartridge; Water/Wastewater Filters; Filtration

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