Cross-Flow Membrane Filtration
GEA Filtration specializes in cross-flow membrane filtration, specifically nanofiltration, reverse osmosis, microfiltration, and ultrafiltration to the food, dairy, nutraceutical, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. No matter what the market demands, GEA Filtration offers the process engineering technology to match.
GEA Filtration is a one-stop supplier of the most advanced membrane filtration technology with a service scope that goes far beyond just stainless steel. We take responsibility for membrane filtration projects through the complete lifecycle and look forward to the integration of the next!.
GEA Filtration services that will help you succeed:
- Pilot plant purchase / rental
- Testing and process development
- Process integration
- Replacement membranes and spare parts
- Plant and process audits
- System retrofits and optimization
- Documentation and validation
Your partnership with GEA Filtration is of great importance to your company's overall performance and ensures that, once you have built the ideal plant to meet your requirements, it will remain a profitable investment for years to come.
The Key to Successful New Age Products
With an increase in demand for specialty functional foods and food ingredients, GEA Filtration offers a wide range of feasibility and process development-scale membrane filtration pilot plants ideal for technical and commercial feasibility testing as well as full-scale custom-configured production units.
Membrane filtration, alone or in combination with other technologies, provides substantial opportunity for:
- purification, or
of very specific components of food products ranging from milk and milk derivatives to fruits, vegetables and grains, to meat and poultry products to name a few examples.
Membrane filtration delivers the ability to isolate the valuable compounds that give the therapeutic or neutraceutic properties, as well as improved sensory characteristics and bacteriological characteristics.
GEA Filtration is a world leader in cross-flow membrane filtration, with reverse osmosis and nano-, ultra-, and microfiltration as core technologies. GEA Filtration is part of the GEA group and has application centers in the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and Denmark.