Pall GmbH

Philipp-Reis-Str. 6, 63303 Dreieich
Telephone +49 6103 307-0
Fax +49 6103 307-295

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Components, modules, OEM equipment
  • 05.07  Filters


  • 05  Components, modules, OEM equipment
  • 05.09  IV components

IV components

  • 05  Components, modules, OEM equipment
  • 05.13  Other components, modules, OEM equipment

Other components, modules, OEM equipment

About us

Company details

The medical industry faces constant pressure to reduce cost and improve quality in an ever constricting regulatory environment. Medical service providers have more challenges than ever before with trying to maintain compliance and incorporate technology into their solutions.   We are the industry leader for solving complicated business problems, providing state of the art products and support.

Pall industry experts keep current on industry trends and can help the medical community determine which solutions work best for their unique situation. Pall is able to help large and small organizations, providing the opportunity to scale operations up or down as needed. Let our expertise guide you through these unchartered waters, so you can get back to doing what you do best and let us take care of the rest.

Pall Medical also offers a comprehensive portfolio of advanced medical filtration devices and microporous materials with robust performance characteristics and documented quality compliance. Our technical experts will help you find the best medical filtration components to satisfy your product application requirements. Combining extensive membrane manufacturing capabilities with advanced medical engineering and design expertise, Pall can create unique and reliable solutions for your specific application needs. Our adherence to internationally recognized quality and six sigma principles assure consistent lot-to-lot performance and compliance with global industry standards.

Pall Medical filters can play a pivotal role in your Water Safety Plan and management practices. Potable water systems within buildings are often contaminated with particulate matter and microorganisms such as Legionella spp., Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Cryptosporidium parvum, which may be a source of infection. With critical levels of water contamination, extensive measures are often required to make the water suitable for drinking, bathing and other applications.

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