The life sciences industry faces a diverse set of challenges, including worker safety and particulate and microbial contamination. While applications for pharmaceutical manufacturers, medical laboratories, and research facilities are all different, they face these challenges in all their processes. Malema’s engineered solutions provide the life science industry with improved solutions that ensure safety while meeting the highest standards of cleanliness and purity.
Experienced in sensors, electronics, and process instrumentation, Malema incorporates groundbreaking state of the art technologies into every instrument.
The Low-Flow SumoFlo® CPFM-8103-series Single-Use Coriolis Flow Meter from Malema Sensors® provides Mass Flow Rate to as low as 0.5 g/min accurate to ±1% of reading.
The SumoFlo® CPFM-8103 Single-Use Coriolis Flow Meter from Malema Sensors® provides Mass Flow Rate, Density, Volumetric Flow Rate, and Temperature, accurate to ±1% of reading.
DMP-7000 pulsation dampener is designed for single-use applications in the life sciences industries. They are manufactured with all-plastic wetted surfaces that meet USP Class VI, USP 661.2, and USP 788 requirements.
The Malema Sensors® BCV-980 is a compact, high-performance, pinch control valve designed for use with Single-Use flexible tubing systems in the Biotechnology industry.
The M-1500P, a non - invasive inline ultrasonic flow meter uses state of the art signal converter with DSP technology and PFA wetted parts that are contamination free from ions or particles. They are ideally suited for semiconductor fluid flow measurement and other applications that demand high purity wetted parts and precise measurement.
The Malema MDM-3000 Dispense Verification Meter is the first high-purity instrument to provide realtime, direct volume measurement of critical process fluids with greater speed and accuracy than possible from traditional flow meter totalizers, weight scales or
The SumoFlo® CPFM-8100 Single-Use Coriolis Flow Meter from Malema Sensors® provides Mass Flow Rate, Density, Volumetric Flow Rate, and Temperature, accurate to ±1% of reading.