YOUR BENEFITS WITH OUR PROCESSES:
Cost-effective: Increase of both productivity and purity of your targeted products to maximize your return on investment
Versatility and quality: A wide range of high efficiency purification technologies and FDA-approved membranes and filtration modules
Eco-friendly: Significant reduction of both chemical and water consumption; by-product valorization
FRACTIONATION OF MILK COMPONENTS BY FILTRATION TECHNOLOGIES
With our Kerasep® membrane filtration technology, you get robust and highly reliable solutions to fractionate your milk components, recovered either in the retentate or the permeate. This technology can be used to treat whole or skim milk, raw or pasteurized, and for all concentration targets.
The Kerasep® technology is fully adapted to industrial operations with a 6-year guarantee in 24/7 operations in batch or continuous mode.
WHEY PROTEINS RECOVERY AND SKIM MILK FRACTIONATION
By combining microfiltration and ultrafiltration, we can provide you with a turnkey solution to recover Whey Protein Isolates (WPI) from whey.
Skim milk can also be fractionated into Milk Protein Concentrate (MPC), Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC), and whey ultrafiltration permeate.
Going further, we can offer several complete processes to produce demineralized whey for D30-D90, using smart combination of our Applexion™ ion exchange technology and electrodialysis.
PRODUCTION OF EDIBLE, PREMIUM AND PHARMA GRADE LACTOSE AND LACTOSE DERIVATIVES
We have developed several complete processes for the production of:
- Edible lactose
- Premium crystalline lactose
- Pharma grade crystalline lactose
- Lactose syrup
- Lactose derivatives: lactulose, lactilol, tagatose, galactose, etc.
Please check our lactose process page to learn more about our innovative industrial solutions.
PURIFICATION OF HIGH-VALUE PRODUCTS FROM MILK, WHEY AND LACTOSE
You have several opportunities to further valorize your milk, whey and lactose, and increase your capacities to produce high added value ingredients. We can provide you with industrial processes for the production of:
- Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) or transgalacto-olisaccharides (TOS) from lactose
- Milk proteins: lactoferrin, alpha-lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin, lactoperoxidase, etc.