Micro fiberscopes are designed using high-resolution fiber optics technology for sharp image transmission with separate light guide fibers for bright illumination. Because of their enhanced brightness image clarity, these fiberscopes are ideal for TV monitor inspection. It delivers high-resolution images. Detachable light guide fibers transmit illumination from a separate light source directly to the subject.
Microfiltration refers to filtration processes that use porous membranes to separate suspended particles with diameters between 0.1 and 10 micrometer. Thus, microfiltration membranes fall between ultrafiltration membranes and conventional filters. Microfiltration is a filtration process, which removes contaminants from a fluid or gas by passage through a micro porous membrane. A typical microfiltration membrane pore size range is 0.1 to 10 µm. Microfiltration is not fundamentally different from reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration or nanofiltration, except in terms of the size of the molecules it retains.
Microfiltration is generally referred to the filtration at less than 1 micron level. Microfiltration membranes are made of a number of materials, with ceramic, polymers and sintered metals being the most common types of membranes. Whereas ceramic and sintered metals are normally found in industrial applications, polymeric membranes are becoming a common tool for drinking water treatment and municipal applications. MicroFiltration membranes are mainly used for turbidity reduction and pathogen removal (bacteria like giardia lamblia, escherichia coli and cryptosporidium).