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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

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