The Science INSIDE Webinar Series
Improvements in Surgical and Medical Device Sterilization performance?

Recorded for Qmed and MD+DI on:
October 14, 2020
11:00 am EST

In this webinar, engineers working on sterilization devices can learn how the materials used to vent and filter within the sterilization container have a critical impact on the performance and reliability of the container. Disposable filters that are found in many sterilization containers can be easily damaged or inserted incorrectly, which jeopardizes equipment sterility and increases infection risks. Take a tour of innovative and reusable medical-grade materials that can be designed into sterilization containers, and the science behind how they achieve this increased performance.

What you will learn in this webinar:

  • Understand the science behind the venting & filtration occurring in a sterilization container
  • Learn how traditional disposable materials undermine the performance of the container
  • Take a tour of eco-friendly and efficient materials that can be used to replace these traditional materials, and how they work

Register to watch the on-demand webinar with Q&A

*This webinar is not available to Porex competitors.

Host Biography:

Gerry DiBattista, Global VP of Marketing at Porex

Gerry is the Global Vice President for Porex’s PTFE business unit. Porex, a business of Filtration Group, is a porous materials manufacturer headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with product development and manufacturing facilities in USA, Germany, Scotland, Malaysia and China. Gerry has a diverse experience of over 30 years in the areas of Manufacturing, R&D, Operations, Product Management, Marketing, Business Development, Sales and Business Management for a wide variety of industry segments. An expert in materials and material science, Gerry leads a global team to develop a robust and sustainable product portfolio based on PTFE by working closely with customers and industry associations. Gerry holds an MBA from the Katz Graduate School of Business, and a bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.