Filterability Testing of Wine with Software Application
Checkweighing of Products by Average Weight Control and of Pharmaceutical Drugs by Uniformity of Dosage Units
Filterability testing is used to identify wines that have the potential to be problematic during sterile filtration by clogging the membrane with particulate and colloidal materials. Particulates include microbes and crystals whereas large colloidal particles can be associative colloids and macromolecular colloids. Filterability testing can measure both particulates and colloid particles, in contrast to light scattering techniques such as turbidity, which only measures potential membrane-clogging particulates.