Sterlitech's cross flow testing cells, the CF042 and the Sepa CF cell, will soon be coming with their own guides to cross flow filtration. Below is an excerpt from the guide, showcasing studies that illustrate the versatility of Sterlitech's cross flow filtration equipment and are helpful in developing your own experiments:
The following studies utilized the Sterlitech crossflow cells in their method and are listed here to illustrate the potential applications for crossflow filtration. These studies are good references for understanding the operation of the Sterlitech’s crossflow cells.
|Reverse Osmosis (Desalination)
|Sachit, Dawood Eisa. "Analysis of reverse osmosis membrane performance during desalination of simulated brackish surface waters." Journal of Membrane Science. 453. (2014): 136-154.
|Forward Osmosis and Low Pressure Reverse Osmosis||Yangali-Quintanilla, Victor, Zhenyu Li, et al. "Indirect desalination of Red Sea water with forward osmosis and low pressure reverse osmosis for water reuse."Desalination. 280. (2011): 160-166.
|Ultrafiltration (Food Processing)
|Post, Antonie, Hanna Sampels, et al. "A comparison of micellar casein and β-casein as sources of basic peptides through tryptic hydrolysis and their enrichment using two-stage ultrafiltration."International Journal of Dairy Technology. 65.4 (2012): 482-489.
|Ultrafiltration and Nanofiltration (Protein Production)||Ranamukhaarachi, Sahan, Lena Meissner, et al. "Production of antioxidant soy protein hydrolysates by sequential ultrafiltration and nanofiltration."Journal of Membrane Science. 429. (2013): 81-87.|
|Qadir, Ahmad. Development of new membranes for desalination pre-treatment. MA thesis. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011. Web. <https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/handle/2142/26369>.|