Membrane Filtration Systems

Cross-flow membrane filtration, including nanofiltration, microfiltration, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis, is the technology of choice for many industrial processes that require the separation or concentration of products without the application of heat. There are applications throughout the food, dairy, beverage, chemical, biotechnology, fermentation, as well as starch and sweetener industries in which membrane filtration excels.

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