B1 - Crossflow Filtration Part 1

Target group: Technicians and scientists with or without previous knowledge in the field of crossflow filtration.

This course is designed to provide you with state-of-the-art knowledge about the use of crossflow filtration in the biopharmaceutical industry. It consists of two different parts which can be booked separately.

In Part 1 we will focus on the fundamentals of crossflow filtration and how to optimize crossflow filtration parameters for concentration and diafiltration.

Theoretical aspects include:

  • Crossflow filtration theory
  • Membrane characterization | membrane selection
  • Factors influencing performance
  • Operating conditions
  • Cleaning-in-place (CIP)
  • Applications in biotechnology

Practical exercises:

  • Operational set-up of the systems
  • Determination of clean water flux
  • Cell retention by microfiltration (model solution)
  • Concentration of a protein solution by ultrafiltration
  • Removal of low-molecular weight contaminants by diafiltration
  • Cleaning

Related topics and additional seminars: B2 Crossflow Filtration Part 2
There are no special classes reqiured for this seminar

Seminar number: B1-1

Course Language: German
Course dates:8 – 9 October 2019
Seminar schedule:
Begin first day:9:00 am
End last day:4:30 pm
Instructor:Peter Schmidt
Course fee:1080,00 Euro (plus VAT)

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Seminar number: B1-2

Course Language: English
Course dates:3 – 4 December 2019
Seminar schedule:
Begin first day:9:00 am
End last day:4:30 pm
Instructor:Peter Schmidt
Course fee:1080,00 Euro (plus VAT)

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