crossflow filtration

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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Bennasar, Determination of Various Hydraulic Resistances during CrossFlow Filtration of a Starch Grain Suspension through Inorganic Membranes, J.
In production, we utilized lees filtration, diatomaceous earth (DE) filtration, plate and frame pad filtration, crossflow filtration, sterile filtration and, at times, reverse osmosis (RO) for the removal of volatile acidity and/or alcohol.
"Sartoflow Smart is a milestone development in the landscape of small crossflow systems," said Marc Jenke, expert for benchtop crossflow filtration systems, Sartorius Stedim Biotech.
Both firms developed a new process for the production, clarification and concentration of cytomegalovirus-like particles using GE Healthcare's single-use WAVE Bioreactor and ReadyToProcess crossflow filtration system.
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.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech's Sartoflow Alpha plus SU filtration system combines high crossflow filtration performance and single-use technology.
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.
aureus uses crossflow filtration rather than deadend sieving or hydrosol filtration to retain suspended food particles inside the oropharyngeal cavity as filtrate exits between the gill rakers and between the branchial arches.
Crossflow filtration is a continuous process in which the feed stream flows parallel (tangential) to the membrane filtration surface and generates two outgoing streams.
* Laboratory-scale filtration products: disposable crossflow filtration products, adsorptive membrane purification devices, a range of disposables and membranes for microbiology and chemistry.
Wednesday concentrated on filter media topics such as "Calendered Nonwovens for Use as Membrane Substrates" and "Spunbond Olefin Nonwovens for Liquid and Air Filtration Applications." Talks on Thursday included information for end users and two concurrent sessions--one on automotive topics and the other on cartridge and crossflow filtration.
Tamanend Wine Services provides onsite services on the East Coast for crossflow filtration, reverse osmosis and Velcorin treatment.