About micro filtration

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Micro filtration is a process that lift butt amine ante a liquid (and gas) to pass through a micro membrane. A typical membrane pore size Micro Series 0.1 to 10 micrometers (in ┬Ám). Micro is not fundamentally different from Reverse-osmosis, nanofiltrasi or ultrafiltrasie, except in terms of the size of the molecule to maintain.

How the development of microfiltration

Developed by Professor Sigmondy University of Goettingen, Germany, in 1935, was the first commercially membrane filters by Sartorius AG a few years later. Membrane filters found immediate application in the field of Micro biology, particularly in the assessment of safe drinking water. Further development of micro-filters in the middle of the year 1970 conducted by the FDA requirement for the exemption of non-fiber filters used in the production of injectable solutions. Micro membranes by the microelectronics industry as an integral part of the water production. Membrane filters are widely used in biotechnology and food and beverage applications where sterile product needs.

Increasing use in drinking water treatment, effectively removing large patogene and contaminants Giardia lamblia cysts, Cryptosporidium oocysts, and large bacteria. The filter for this application to designate for 0.2 micrometers or less. For mineral water bottler and the most common format is pleated cartridges usually made of polyethersulfone (PES) media. These media are asimmetriese with larger pores and smaller pores on the outside to the inside of the filter media.

About membrane filtration

Membranes Micro was the first time to the municipal water treatment market in 1987 and applications made especially for water which is relatively easy to treat. It was cold, clear spring waters that are susceptible to microbial contamination. Low pressure membranes and nails patogene selected turbidity removal without chemical conditioning. If a low pressure membranes increased in acceptance and popularity, users have begun to apply the technology more difficult waters contained more solids and higher levels of dissolved organic. Some of these water treatment chemicals, including pre-chlorinering. These changes in water quality changes cause a low pressure membrane technology. New products and processes is set to go with a higher fixed and chemical compatibility.

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