i3 Membrane is a companion for filtration solutions and separation technologies in life science. With and for the customers, high-quality products in the fields of medical, lab / pharma and biotech are developed. By combining ion and membrane technology and with the help of plasma immersion ion implantation, the first digitally controllable membrane was developed for the i3 as early as 2013 and traditional separation technology was revolutionized.
The membranes equipped with functionalized surfaces enable more efficient and sustainable separation processes and reduce fouling. The digitally switchable adsorption and desorption of various media with simultaneous filtration opens up new possibilities for using membranes in all areas of life sciences. Coated polymer membranes are used for both individual and standardized solutions in healthcare, laboratory technology and pharmaceuticals as well as in research. The range of applications extends from Analytics through Infection prevention to Biotechnology.
Today i3 Membrane is one of the most innovative separation technology companies. Production takes place at the headquarters in Radeberg near Dresden. The young company is characterized by its branches in Germany and Austria and an international sales network.
25. January 2021
i3 Membrane receives 7 figure sum for development and market launch of new separation technology for biomolecules
Four investors are financing the further growth of i3 Membrane GmbH. High-tech venture capital investor HTGF from Bonn, Germany, and three private investors are together investing a 7 figure sum in the further development and market launch of new separation technology for biological molecules. The centerpiece for this round of financing is the construction of the company’s own production facility for membrane filters in Radeberg near Desden. The new separation technology is to be made
30. November 2016
Bio-separation goes digital – Start-up adds some excitement to mechanical separation technology –
Four investors are financing continued growth by i3 Membrane GmbH. High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) in Bonn, Innovationsstarter Fonds in Hamburg, Mittelständische Beteiligungsgesellschaft Sachsen mbH (MBG) in Dresden and a private US investor are investing a 7-digit Euro sum in further developing and launching new filters and separation technologies. Ultra-thin metal coatings on conventional membranes can be charged with electric current to capture charged nanoparticles such as viruses and cytoto
28. August 2014
New Filter Technology – Uses Inert Gas to Bore Holes in High-Quality Steel
Two early-stage venture capital investors are joining the i3 Membrane GmbH startup in August 2014. High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) of Bonn and Innovationsstarter Fonds of Hamburg are investing in development and marketing of a novel filter technology. The new high-tech membrane is made of high-quality steel and is more stable and more flexible than conventional filters, also more environmentally-compatible because only inert gas and electrical power are needed for its manufacture. The process was
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15. Jul 2014