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Dead end filtration

In the dead-end filtration technique all the fluid passes through the membrane, and all particles larger than the pore size of the Membrane are retained at its surface. This means that the trapped particles start to build up a "filter cake" on the surface of the membrane, which has an impact on the efficiency of the filtration process.

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