MMS provides membrane systems and solutions for many industries. We have run over 250 applications in our laboratory and have generated in-depth know-how on how membrane technology can clarify, fractionate and concentrate your target product.
Milk and whey concentration and fractionation are standard processes for MMS. Contact our dairy experts to support you with your applications.
Food & Beverages
The food and beverage industry faces continuously pressure to produce, invent and re-invent new products. Membrane technology can be a key vehicle for innovation.
Are you producing colour compounds or flavors? Membrane technology can enrich your target molecule.
MMS bio-pharmaceutical membrane systems are fully documented and constructed according to GMP.
Membrane technology is relatively new to the chemical industry, however can potentially add significant improvements to your current process.
Reduction of water usage or a re-use of water is a financially and ecologically attractive proposition. A membrane process can purify water and in many cases re-win a by product.
3. March 2017
Add value to your whey: MMS AG launches MolkeMAX
In recent years, MMS AG has been working on the development of the MolkeMAX, a unique reverse osmose system for cheese manufacturers to concentrate around 5,000 to 20,000 liters of whey per day. With this filtration a big amount of the water in whey is separated and high-quality ingredients such as protein, lactose and minerals are concentrated.
MolkeMAX Advantages: processing of whey into valuable animal feed, saving of transport costs, easy operation, low investment costs, production of water, reduction of waste water, automatic cleaning
MMS have developed and installed a larger range of flatcells. The larger cells are able to be operated up to 60 bar with a single flatsheet membrane of 28 cm2, 100 cm2 and 300 cm2.
In combination with increasing the cell size we have also developed and delivered new laboratory units which incorporates a high pressure piston pump traditionally used for HPLC units. This gives our customers the ability to test high pressure membrane applications without the need for compressed Nitrogen.