tangential flow 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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Depending upon the availability of components and the sophistication of a given biopharmaceutical manufacturer's production processes, a mixture of chromatography and tangential flow filtration (TFF) membrane filtration process skids may be integrated into a manufacturing facility using disposable single-use components.
One example of this trend is the recent introduction of the first modular Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) system for downstream processing.
Mobius FlexReady Solutions are designed to accommodate clarification, media and buffer preparation, tangential flow filtration (TFF) and virus filtration unit operations.
2 micron filter increases filter service life and protects sterilizing grade filters and other sensitive downstream processing equipment such as tangential flow filtration (TFF) and chromatography systems.
Pall's T-Series membrane cassettes for tangential flow filtration (TFF) offer superior usability and reliability across a broad range of pharmaceutical applications.
In addition to chromatography, buffers or low pH caustic solutions are also used for tangential flow filtration (TFF).
With the new disposable Kleenpak(TM) TFF Microfiltration Capsule, Pall is introducing the industry's first tangential flow filtration capsule.
The SciPro is capable of automating solution handling applications such as preparative chromatography, tangential flow filtration (TFF) and aseptic solution transfer into single-use bags.
Millipore Corporation (NYSE:MIL), a leading provider of products and services that improve productivity in the laboratory and in biopharmaceutical manufacturing, today announced the availability of new, disposable tangential flow filtration (TFF) assemblies as part of its Mobius(TM) flexible bioprocessing solutions.
In a move to enhance its manufacturing of Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) membranes and cassettes for biopharmaceutical applications, Pall Corporation has announced an expansion of its Life Sciences filter manufacturing facility in Hauppauge, New York.
Pall addresses the critical need for affordable testing equipment that can reliably process small sample volumes with the introduction of the new Minim(TM) II and Centramate(TM) 500 Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) systems.
Sanitary Benchtop Tangential Flow Filtration System