Category: Separation Techniques

What Is Gas Absorption & How Does It Work? Gas Absorption process

Gas Absorption Packed Column

What Is Gas Absorption & How Does It Work? Table of Contents Gas Absorption (“scrubbing”) is the process of removing a gas solute from a

Reverse Osmosis Work Diffusion vs Osmosis

How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?

How does reverse osmosis work? Table of Contents Diffusion vs Osmosis Diffusion and osmosis are two of the three types of passive transport processes, the

Nanofiltration work membrane process

How Does Nanofiltration Work?

Nanofiltration is a specialty pressure driven membrane process where in addition to size exclusion as a removal mechanism, the surface charge of the membrane impacts the permeability of charged components. 

Diagram of ultrafiltration pressure driven membrane process

How Does Ultrafiltration Work?

Ultrafiltration is a porous pressure driven membrane process where species pass through a membrane pore (typically 1-100 nm)

Microfiltration filtration characterization

How Does Microfiltration Work?

Microfiltration is a pressure driven membrane separation method in which suspended particles are separated from a fluid when passed through a microporous membrane structure

Pressure Driven Porous membrane vs non-porous

Pressure Driven Membrane Processes

A pressure driven membrane process is simply a membrane separation process where the feed solution is forced through a semipermeable membrane via a hydrostatic pressure gradient.

Pressure Swing Distillation x–y diagram

Pressure Swing Distillation

Pressure Swing Distillation (PSD) is a separation process of pressure-sensitive azeotropes in industrial processes using two distillation columns operated in sequence at two different pressures

Thermosyphon Reboiler Working System

Thermosyphon Reboiler Working Principle

A thermosyphon reboiler is a type of natural circulation reboiler that utilizes the difference in density between the inlet liquid and outlet vapor-liquid mixture to provide the needed head to circulate the column bottoms into the reboiler

Introduction To Separation Techniques

Introduction To Separation Techniques

Separation techniques are vital for isolating harmful or useful mixture components by leveraging an understanding of the mixture’s physical and chemical properties