Sterile-grade filtration in pharmaceutical processing

Proper, sterile-grade filtration is vital in a pharmaceutical setting. According to Christopher Lehman: “Pharmaceutical processing requires the highest level of aseptic conditions. Contamination is a chief concern and managing microorganisms is a top priority. “A primary source of contaminants can be the water, steam, gases and compressed air a process uses. These “utilities” can carry… Continue reading Sterile-grade filtration in pharmaceutical processing


Liquid Filtration, Clarifying Filters, Gas Filtration Filtration is the process by which solid materials are removed from a fluid mixture, either a gas or liquid mixture. One of the most familiar kinds of filtration is that which students of chemistry encounter in their early laboratory experiences. In these experiences, suspensions of a solid precipitate in water are passed through… Continue reading Filtration

Filtration Definition and Processes (Chemistry)

Filtration is a process used to separate solids from liquids or gases using a filter medium that allows the fluid to pass through but not the solid. The term “filtration” applies whether the filter is mechanical, biological, or physical. The fluid that passes through the filter is called the filtrate. The filter medium may be a surface filter, which is… Continue reading Filtration Definition and Processes (Chemistry)


The multibillion filtration market in the food industry includes a number of technologies designed to meet environmental regulations. It also includes filters used in food manufacturing processes. One requirement includes purifying air prior to exhausting it from stacks. This can involve either fabric filters or scrubbers or both depending on whether the contaminant is particulate,… Continue reading FOOD FILTRATION MARKET

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