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As we know, the sugar technologists are being under pressure to eliminate the industrial pollution, upgrading the quality of sugar with optimizing the energy consumption. This requires modification of the conventional production process using new techniques such as membrane technology. Membrane technology is currently a standard process in food and dairy industry, water purification, treatment of liquid effluent streams, and in the corn refining industry. In the few last years, researches have proven that the membrane technology could hold great promise in reducing energy usage, reduction, or elimination of chemical clarification and improved final product quality. This paper reviews the potential application of membrane filtration to the sugar technology.
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Author(s): M Rafik H Qabli S Belhamidi F Elhannouni A Elkhedmaoui and A Elmidaoui
sugar industry, membrane separation, Microfiltration (MF), Ultrafiltration (UF), Nanofiltration (NF), Reverse Osmosis (RO), Electrodialysis (ED), sugar industry