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Degassing Module Helps Nobel Prize Winners Degas 50,000 Tons Of Ultrapure Water

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Degassing Module Helps Nobel Prize Winners Degas 50,000 Tons Of Ultrapure Water

Separel is a degassing module produced by Sun Chemical Advanced Materials to remove dissolved oxygen from liquid. Originally developed to remove oxygen from ink, the product also has application in the water industry.

“We have four categories of modules,” explains Christine Medordi, Marketing Manager for the Separel product with Sun Chemical Advanced Materials. “We have water degasification, ink degasification, and chemical. We also have a gas separation module that’s a separate technology. We have products for massive capacity, like 13,000 gallons per hour, all the way down to very tiny, compact degassers that would fit inside of a wide format printer.”

Talking to Water Online Radio, Medordi was joined by Mike Scrivner, Marketing Specialist with Sun Chemical Advanced Materials. Scrivner discussed the with the flow rate the module can handle, the polymethylpentene (PMP) fibers the modules are made of and the stainless steel housing.

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