microfiltration


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microfiltration

[‚mi·krō·fil′trā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
A membrane separation process in which particles greater than about 20 nanometers in diameter are screened out of a liquid in which they are suspended.
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Scientists at Cornell University optimized a cold microfiltration process that would effectively remove microbial and somatic cells from skim milk.
Tetra Alcross Bactocath of Alfa Laval removes the bacteria and spores from milk by separating milk into cream and skim milk and then separates the skim milk from bacteria and spores by microfiltration, while retaining all bacteria and spores in retentate which is about 0.
enteritidis before undergoing microfiltration at 25 C or 40 C.
Microfiltration is a membrane technology using membranes shaped like hollow straws with microscopic pores in the sides.
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The team has experimented with a small, prototype microfiltration system both at their California laboratories and in Pennsylvania at Hatfield Quality Meats, Inc.
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Microfiltration is a physical filtration process in which a fluid passes through a special pore-sized membrane.
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