Cross-flow microfiltration.

  • Adler-Nissen, Jens (Project Manager)

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    Cross-flow microfiltration of beer, skim milk, and fruit juice is studied is pilot plant scale utilizing a new filtration principle developed jointly with Department of Chemical Engineering (Gunnar Jonsson). Computer controlled, brief back-flush pulses abate fouling and allow for a high flux and a 100% transmission af proteines, while energy consumption is reduced considerably. The technique will eventually replace conventional kiselguhr filtration, which presents hazards to both the working force and the environment.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date01/01/199531/12/2000

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