Definitions for "Microfiltration"
Water under pressure passes into pipes constructed of filter membranes with tiny pores too small to admit suspended solids and some pathogens.
a membrane process similar to UF, but with larger pores in the membrane than for UF - used to remove bacteria from fluids such as milk
A physical separation process where tiny, hollow straw-like membranes separate particles from water. It is used very effectively as a pre-treatment for reverse osmosis.