Synder launches new OptimaFlow Series elements

By Jim Cornall contact

- Last updated on GMT

Dairy industry trials have been conducted over the past year. Pic: Synder
Dairy industry trials have been conducted over the past year. Pic: Synder

Related tags: Dairy, processing

US company Synder Filtration is launching new OptimaFlow Series elements on June 1.

The new product line is available for all existing ultrafiltration and microfiltration standard and MAX membrane types in the same common element sizes and models. Custom models are available upon request.

Synder said it has increased the effective membrane area by nearly 10% compared to a standard 31mil spacer element, through optimization of element construction and material selection, which can result in higher element throughput.

Multiple OptimaFlow trials have been conducted on milk protein concentration and whey protein concentration applications throughout the dairy industry over the past year. These are now being used to replace standard sanitary elements at several dairy plant installations worldwide.

All sanitary products meet USDA, FDA, and 3-A sanitary standards and Synder is a certified Halal, Kosher, and ISO-9001:2015 manufacturing company.

Related topics: Processing & Packaging

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