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Crossflow Filters For Beer

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Beer Equipment

Clients

Pali Hills, Amara, Blossom, Khoday, UB, SAB

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Crossflow Filters for Beer are designed to provide efficient and innovative beer filtration using ceramic membranes. High-quality construction and advanced technology, combined with the unique characteristics of ceramic membranes, result in excellent filtering results and significant time and resource savings. Fully automated and easy to operate, with the option to control remotely via an Android device and touchscreen interface. Available in various sizes, with filtering surface areas from 20 to 170 square meters, our filters are the perfect solution for efficient and effective beer filtration.

  • Crossflow Filters for Beer are designed to provide efficient and innovative beer filtration using ceramic membranes.
  • High-quality construction and advanced technology, combined with the unique characteristics of ceramic membranes, result in excellent filtering results and significant time and resource savings.
  • Fully automated and easy to operate, with the option to control remotely via an Android device and touchscreen interface.
  • Available in various sizes, with filtering surface areas from 20 to 170 square meters, our filters are the perfect solution for efficient and effective beer filtration.
  • The working cycles are fully automated, and there is no need for the operator to be on hand. Instead, operators can manage the machine intuitively and promptly by setting just two parameters by means of the touchscreen interface.
  • In addition, the user has the opportunity to set up and control the system online with any Android device connected to the Internet (by means of the optional remote control module).
  • The filters are available in various sizes (with filtering surface areas from 20 to 170 m2) Hygiene construction, expected filtration, suit the needs of a particular client.
  • Applications in Satisfy customers with cursed perfection, Reduce system downtime with dedicated service, Ecofriendly, cleaner operation with membranes, Benefit from predictable output, Retain flexibility with system agility.
  • The crossflow filtration technology ensures the highest level of efficiency and performance by minimizing the clogging of the filter, resulting in reduced downtime and maintenance costs.
  • The ceramic membrane material used in the filter is highly durable, resistant to chemicals and temperature changes, and easy to clean, making it a cost-effective solution for beer filtration.
  • Hygiene construction, expected filtration, suit the needs of a particular client.
  • Satisfy customers with brewed perfection
  • Reduce system downtime with dedicated service
  • Ecofriendly, cleaner operation with membranes
  • Benefit from predictable output
  • Retain flexibility with system agility
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Frequently Asked Questions

A crossflow filter is a filtration system that uses a combination of tangential flow and crossflow to filter particles and impurities out of beer. The beer is passed through a membrane, which acts as a filter, while the tangential flow and crossflow help to keep the membrane clean and efficient.
Crossflow filters for beer making typically use a type of membrane called a microfiltration (MF) or ultrafiltration (UF) membrane. These types of membranes are made from materials such as polysulfone or ceramic and have small pores that allow beer to pass through while trapping impurities and particles.
The flow rate of beer through the filter can affect the efficiency of the crossflow filter. Higher flow rates can lead to increased pressure on the membrane, which can cause it to become clogged more quickly. Lower flow rates can result in longer filtration times, which can also affect the efficiency of the filter.
A membrane in a crossflow filter for beer making should be replaced when it becomes clogged or damaged. Additionally, if the flow rate of beer through the filter becomes significantly reduced, it may be time to replace the membrane.
Yes, crossflow filters can be used for a wide range of liquids, including wine, juice, and other types of beverages.
The temperature of the beer can affect the efficiency of the crossflow filter. Colder temperatures can cause the beer to become more viscous, which can make it more difficult for it to pass through the membrane. Warmer temperatures can cause the beer to expand, which can also affect the efficiency of the filter.
The alcohol content of the beer can affect the efficiency of the crossflow filter. Higher alcohol content can cause the beer to become more viscous, which can make it more difficult for it to pass through the membrane.
Yes, crossflow filters can be used in both large and small breweries, as they are versatile and efficient systems that can be scaled to meet the needs of any size brewery.
Crossflow filters can be more expensive than other types of filters, such as gravity filters, due to their advanced technology and the cost of the membrane. However, they are also more efficient and require less maintenance, which can offset the initial cost over time.
A crossflow filter uses a combination of tangential flow and crossflow to remove impurities and particles from the beer, resulting in a clearer and more consistent product. This improves the taste and appearance of the beer, making it more appealing to customers.
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