Whether it's wine, cider, beer, dairy, or vinegar, Food & Beverage production is a complex and delicate process that must be carefully controlled to produce the best and most consistent outcome.
Crossflow Filtration Principle
Crossflow Filtration uses a selective porous membrane that filters a liquid to purify, or clarify it. in Crossflow Filtration, the liquid is circulated in parallel to the membrane. A turbulent flow stream is created on the surface of the membrane, thus preventing filtered particles from settling on the membrane surface.
Low relative energy requirements
Consistent product quality throughout filtration runs
Environmentally friendly process as no filter aid is used
Very low water consumption
Low volume waste stream
Drastically simplifies the product process steps
Gives a microbially stable product
Very long service life of membranes, often several years, giving economies in OpEx and significant ROI