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Cross-flow filtration definitely gives you a technological edge over the older plate-and-frame and pressure-leaf filters.
Dan Karlsen, winemaker at Chalone Vineyards in Monterey County, is sold on filtration, specifically cross-flow filtration. "I love it," he said.
HFs are investigated for their performance in the filtration of enucleated RBCs from suspensions of CB MNCs and RBCs in three filtration formats: a passive shell-to-lumen filtration ("cross-flow filtration"), a forced lumen-to-shell filtration ("dead-end filtration"), and a cross-flow filtration format adapted for long-term perfused hollow fibre bioreactor culture within a 3D scaffolding ("HFBR culture").
While cross-flow filtration might account for whale sharks' ability to capture particles that would seem to be too tiny for their filters, it could mean that they're especially vulnerable to some environmental contaminants.
Available in two configurations for large and small breweries, the system features a ceramic membrane designed for cross-flow filtration.
OptiSEP Model 5 Cross-Flow filtration systems are uniquely placed in the OptiSep systems product line for laboratory, pilot plant testing, and, small-scale production runs.
In the cross-flow filtration process, vinegar is pumped from the storage tank to the Koch vinegar filtration system.
Like ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis also concentrates the stream on the inlet side of the membrane and cross-flow filtration. As a tertiary treatment, it usually begins with the primary treatment of removing the free oils and the solids.
(2011) when they used ceramic membranes (about 100 L [h.sup.-1] [m.sup.-2]) in a cross-flow filtration. The cross-flow filtration probably reduced fouling occurrences and increased the permeate flux.
Using highly effective cross-flow filtration technology, contaminated wastewater is fed through the CMF's ceramic filter channels at high velocity.