crossflow filtration


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crossflow filtration

crossflow filtration
A water filtration process in which a semipermeable membrane is used to separate waterborne contaminants from the water. The bulk solution flows over and parallel to the filter surface, and under pressure, a portion of the water is forced through the membrane filter.
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German firm Bokela GmbH and one of China s biggest producers of butanediol (BDO) have inked a double-digit million Euro contract for the delivery of a multi-unit dynamic crossflow filtration plant.
KMPTs new Dynamic Crossflow Filtration technology uses rotating ceramic membrane discs rather than polymer membranes which eliminates the negative occurrence of filter clogging whilst also allowing the processing of increased retentate concentrations of up to 700mPas, twice the concentration of the capability of traditional crossflow filtration technology.
KMPT's Dynamic Crossflow Filtration technology opens up new fields of application such as colloids, pigments, bacteria, viruses, proteins and ions.
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Process-scale filtration products: pleated disposable filter capsules, vent filter technology, custom skidded crossflow filtration systems, integrity test equipment, prefilter and final-filter cartridges, and standard and custom sanitary filter housings.
Talks on Thursday included information for end users and two concurrent sessions--one on automotive topics and the other on cartridge and crossflow filtration.
A new crossflow filtration system from Pall Corporation (NYSE:PLL) enables wineries to recover high quality wine that can be lost in the production sediment, or lees.
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Because the A19 tubular module is a crossflow filtration membrane, it tolerant of high levels of suspended solids and minimal or no prefiltration is required.
In crossflow filtration, part of the fluid passes through the medium to form a clarified stream called the permeate while the remainder of the fluid, the concentrate or retentate, also exists the filter carrying most or all of the original particles but in much high concentration.
Pall's Research and Modeling scale (RAMs) Crossflow Filtration System is designed to help research centers, universities, national labs, and process developers evaluate the use of membranes and create reliable early economic guidance for future scale-up of their applications.
For purification, "Q Sepharose XL virus licensed" can be used in conjunction with crossflow filtration and chromatography systems such as AKTA pilot and BioProcess systems from Amersham Biosciences.