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  • Membrane Switches-Your Options
    The importance of having a durable and efficient membrane switch is imperative. It is especially important to have a membrane switch that can hold up and function properly under any and all weather conditions.
  • Membrane Selection Guide by Application
    This table compares the advantages and disadvantages of using different membrane types on a wide array of applications.
  • Choosing the Appropriate Membrane
    Important questions to consider before selecting a membrane, as well as a handy decision tree with some common applications arranged by pore size.
  • Membrane Selection Guide by Application
    This document illustrates the basic principles for the Sepa CF II membrane system. Contains specifications and diagram for this cross-flow filtration unit.
  • Membrane Switch Design Guide
    RSPI has over 50 years of design and manufacturing experience. We have domestic capabilities for laser cutting rapid prototype membrane switches and producing medium-sized production runs at competitive pricing. We have offshore production capabilities for a variety of jobs large and small offering
  • Membrane Contactors: An Introduction To The Technology (.pdf)
    Over the last 3 years, the designs of micro-porous membrane contactors for gas-transfer applications have rapidly developed. These newly designed contactors have moved the technology from small laboratory-scale devices, limited to 5 to 10 gallons per minute (gpm) capacity, to large-scale industrial
  • Switch Tips: Membrane-switch basics
    Membrane-switch pads often serve as a way of giving an operator interface distinctive graphics or an attractive look. The overlay or top layer of the switch is screen-printed with graphics (usually on the back of the overlay for protection from the environment). Typical overlay materials include
  • Red Enables Cell Membrane Study
    bilayers that mimic cell membranes. They wanted to create and image in vitro membrane models tagged with the fluorescent dye rhodamine. To capture the images, they needed a camera that not only has a high sensitivity to rhodamine's red light, but also offers the standard advantages of a CCD device.

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