microfiltration illustration

The technology “Microfiltration” covers a relatively wide range of membrane pore sizes i.e. cut-off value. The cut-off range generally varies from 0.05 to 5 µm or > 200,000 Molecular Weight (MW).

Ceramic and polymeric membranes are both commonly used in microfiltration applications.

A well-defined and narrow pore distribution makes ceramic MF membranes very suitable for bacteria and spore reduction in milk and whey.

High “CAS/WP” ratio and unique MF permeate (native whey) compositions are possible using ceramic MF membranes for protein fractionation.

Polymeric MF membranes are highly suitable and support lower CAPEX/OPEX for more simple protein fractionation applications, defatting of milk and whey as well as cheese brine clarification.

microfiltration illustration

The technology “Microfiltration” covers a relatively wide range of membrane pore sizes i.e. cut-off value. The cut-off range generally varies from 0.05 to 5 µm or > 200,000 Molecular Weight (MW).

Ceramic and polymeric membranes are both commonly used in microfiltration applications.

A well-defined and narrow pore distribution makes ceramic MF membranes very suitable for bacteria and spore reduction in milk and whey.

High “CAS/WP” ratio and unique MF permeate (native whey) compositions are possible using ceramic MF membranes for protein fractionation.

Polymeric MF membranes are highly suitable and support lower CAPEX/OPEX for more simple protein fractionation applicat