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Side-stream tubular membranes are widely employed in microfiltration of fruit juices. This study investigates the use of immersed membrane configurations.

 
HRS delivers low temperature evaporation

Low temperature evaporation can significantly reduce running costs compared with other drying systems.

 

This article looks at the science behind biofilms and suggests an answer in liquid based treatment.

 

High-efficiency decanter technology provided the reliability needed to help manufacturers maintain productivity and quality.

 

Max Fordham helps seven acres of ‘unusable’ land yield 130 tonnes of organic vegetables per year

 

Filter cartridges help wine to achieve stability

 

Overcoming bitterness in orange juice

 

Overview of recent developments in microfiltration and ultrafiltration of fruit juices published in Food and Bioproducts Processing journal.

 

One family-owned maltster needed ensure to that their malt was free from any metal contaminants. This contamination is a natural consequence of the passing

 

Drainage systems in food processing facilities can experience a build-up of fats, oil, grease (FOG) and waste. Here, we consider the impact of FOG and orga

 

The article 'Treatment efficiency and economic feasibility of biological oxidation, membrane filtration and separation processes, and advanced oxidation fo

 

The Indian chocolate industry is valued at US$4.8 billion, so when a global chocolate manufacturing facility in India discovered problems with its liquid

 

The Glendullan distillery in Speyside, Scotland, owned by Scotch whisky producer, Diageo, is helping to lead the industry’s drive for environmental sustain

 

Europe’s first on-site anaerobic digestion plant in the dairy industry to feed bio-methane to the gas grid, generated exclusively by digesting its cheese-m

 

Highly pressurized hot water used in the bagel making process can be potentially hazardous. One Canadian manufacturer addressed the issue by installing a s

 

Filtration is a key aspect of food production and systems need to fully meet the latest regulations governing food-safe materials. This article reviews the

 

Richard Gueterbock, director of Clearfleau, explains how on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) works and highlights three examples of companies adopting the tec

 

Fruit production requires large amounts of fresh water for washing, sorting and packing.

 

Breweries need power to manufacture their products and power plants need consistent, high-quality water to operate effectively.

 
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Peter Rose of Alfa Laval takes a look at one of the growth areas of biopharmaceutical filtration and separation: the harvesting of mammalian cells to produ

 
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In the second of his series of articles on the smaller end-use equipment application sectors, Ken Sutherland reviews the equipment marketplace for the proc

 
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