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Rotary Vacuum Filters

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Winemaking Equipment

Clients

Sula, KLC, Grovers, Fratelli, Four seasons, Good drop, Pernod ricard

Industries

Winemaking

Category description

Rotary Vacuum Filters for efficient filtering of wine, food, chemicals, pharma, and industrial products. Continuous cycle, scraper blade, easy set-up, electronic control, quick cake formation in under 30 minutes. Perfect results for wine, lees, and other winemaking byproducts. Contact us to learn more!

  • Rotary Vacuum Filters are designed for efficient filtering of a wide range of products including wine, food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and industrial products.
  • The continuous cycle operation ensures a consistent and efficient filtering process.
  • A scraper blade is included in the design for easy removal of the filtered cake.
  • The filters feature easy set-up and electronic control for precise operation.
  • Quick cake formation can be achieved in under 30 minutes, providing efficient and timely results.
  • These filters are particularly suitable for winemaking byproducts such as wine and lees.
  • Models with an outside filtrate extraction pump are ideal for small wine cellars and come with standard accessories including pumps for product delivery, filtrate extraction, vacuum creation, and kieselgur mixing.
  • The filters are constructed entirely of stainless steel and are available in a range of sizes with a filtering surface from 2.5 to 6 square meters. The filters are mounted on wheels for easy movement and storage.
  • These filters are made entirely of stainless steel and are available in models with a filtering surface from 2.5 to 6 m².
  • Effective filtering of wine
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Rotary Vacuum Filters find applications in:

  • Winemaking

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Frequently Asked Questions

A rotary vacuum filter is a type of mechanical separation device that uses a vacuum to separate solids from liquids. In winemaking, it is used to clarify and stabilize wine by removing particles and impurities, such as yeast and bacteria. The wine is pumped through a filter drum that rotates, and the solids are collected on the surface of the drum while the clarified liquid is discharged.
Filtration is important in winemaking because it removes particles and impurities that can cause spoilage or affect the wine’s appearance, aroma, and flavor. It also helps to stabilize the wine by removing yeast and bacteria.
The rotation of the drum in a rotary vacuum filter creates a centrifugal force that helps to separate the solids from the liquid. The solids collect on the surface of the drum as it rotates, and the clarified liquid is discharged through the center of the drum.
The advantages of using a rotary vacuum filter include high efficiency and accuracy in removing particles and impurities, ability to handle large volumes of wine, and the ability to control the filter’s flow rate.
The size of the winery can affect the choice of a rotary vacuum filter as larger wineries may require larger and more advanced filtration systems to handle higher volumes of wine.
Yes, a rotary vacuum filter can be used for other types of liquids such as beer, juice, and even water. However, it is important to note that the filter medium and flow rate may need to be adjusted to accommodate different types of liquids.
It is recommended to clean and maintain a rotary vacuum filter after each use to ensure its performance and prolong the life of the filter medium. The frequency of cleaning and maintenance will depend on the usage, but it is recommended to follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
The price of a rotary vacuum filter can vary depending on the model, size, and features. The price range can be from several thousand dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Yes, there are several safety precautions to be taken when operating a rotary vacuum filter. The filter should always be used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, and proper protective gear such as gloves and safety glasses should be worn when handling the filter medium. Additionally, proper ventilation and dust control measures should be in place.
The most common filter media used in rotary vacuum filters are filter paper, filter cloth, and diatomaceous earth. The choice of filter medium will depend on the type of wine and the desired level of clarification and stability.
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