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The plant will manufacture TORAYLIGHTTM NV, a polysulphone membrane artificial kidney, which was launched in Japan in April 2011.
Two different polysulphone dialysers, F50 (N = 20) and F6 HPS (N = 24) (Fresenius Medical Care, Germany), with the effective membrane area of 1.
A variety of polymers was considered for insulation systems including polysulphone, polyether sulphone, polyurea, five-layer PP foam, polyamide thermal barrier and fivelayer PP, HT rubber, syntactic phenolic foam and syntactic epoxy with a PU outer insulation layer.
A Teflon seat and Polysulphone body prevent scale, which inhibits leaks and ensures long working life.
4 cm x 61 cm) and extruded from a polymer in the polysulphone family.
In the biopharmaceutical industry, it is used primarily for the production of purified water, using hollow-fibre modules with polysulphone membranes have a specific cut-off of [less than or equal to]6000 Dalton (Figure 1).
Production of monokines in patients under polysulphone haemodiafiltration is influenced by the ultrafiltration flow rate.
The images of clean polysulphone ultrafiltration membranes with a molecular weight cutoff of 10,000 daltons reveal average pore sizes of 12.