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Novasep and Mega Sign a Strategic Technology Partnership to Develop Whey Treatment Solutions for the Dairy Industry
Date:11/10/2010

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Electrodialysis and Manufacturing Process Companies Come Together to Design the Most Cost-Effective Whey Demineralization Solutions Offering Guaranteed Performance

POMPEY, France and STRAZ POD RASKEM, Czech Republic, November 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Novasep, a leading supplier of manufacturing solutions to the life sciences industry, and Mega, a technology leader in electrodialysis, today announce a strategic technology partnership in the field of whey treatment. The companies will combine Mega's advanced electrodialysis technology with the whey demineralization solutions from Novasep Process, the biomolecule division of Novasep that provides purification process lines for the fields of bio-industries, food ingredients, and biopharmaceuticals. This will enable both partners to propose a range of cost-effective processes for all qualities of demineralized whey, with guaranteed performance.

The alliance brings a significant addition to the technology portfolio of Novasep Process, being able to now offer an even wider range of manufacturing process solutions to customers in the dairy industry. The cooperation will also provide Novasep Process with better access to Central and Eastern European as well as Indian markets, in which Mega has a strong commercial presence. Conversely, it will also increase the visibility of Mega's electrodialysis technology in the other geographic zones through the active promotion by Novasep and through its integration within global processes guaranteed by Novasep.

Today, alternate whey demineralization solutions using electrodialysis are energy-consuming and require frequent replacement of membranes. On the contrary, Mega's proprietary technology reduces electricity consumption and provides a membrane lifetime guarantee for up to 4 years, strongly minimizing m
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