Crossflow filtration – tangential flow filtration

Crossflow filtration (also called tangential flow filtration) is a sepaaration or purification technique which is often used in the (bio)pharmaceutical industry and relies on the feed flow travelling across the surface of a membrane as opposed to dead-end filtration, in which the feed is led through a membrane. The latter causes the formation of “filter … Continue reading Crossflow filtration – tangential flow filtration