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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These beta-casein aggregates can be easily fractionated from whey proteins using microfiltration.
During the forecast period the microfiltration segment will continue to dominate the laboratory filtration market.
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.
The company specialises in separation applications utilising microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis technologies.
Mechanisms governing permeate flux and protein rejection in the microfiltration of beer with a cyclopore membrane.
All three high performance filtration modules are available in all of the company's current KMS microfiltration and ultrafiltration membranes.
This report tests the hypothesis that by stretching microfiltration of ultrafiltration membranes their flux and rejection performance would be improved due to changing the aspect ratio of the materials' pores.
based BCC Research found that the global market for microfiltration membranes used in liquid separations was $792 million in 2005; at an average annual growth rate of 9.
8 is suitable for selective flat sheet membrane screenings, pilot scale spiral tests and small-scale production using ultrafiltrarion and microfiltration.
Similarly, a large food processor in Arkansas was told "comply or we shut you down" Kemco's Microfiltration (CMF) System reduced BOD up to 97%, and TSS up to 99%.