Microfiltration

It is a filtration using porous films / materials with pores in the region of 0.1-10.0 microns. Microfiltration is a process of separating material of colloidal size and larger than true solutions. While the mechanism for conventional depth filtration is mainly adsorption and entrapment, MF membranes use sieving mechanism with distinct pore sizes for retaining larger size particles than the pore diameter. MF is available in Organic and Ceramic Material of construction.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Preparation of parenteral and sterile water for pharmaceutical industry
  • Food & beverages (concentration of fruit juices)
  • Fermentation (Concentration of biomass)
  • In waste treatment for particulate materials
  • Sterile Filtration of Gases
  • Annual maintenance contracts (AMCs)