Cross-flow membrane filtration, including nanofiltration, microfiltration, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis, is the technology of choice for many industrial processes that require the separation or concentration of products without the application of heat. There are applications throughout the food, dairy, beverage, chemical, biotechnology, fermentation, as well as starch and sweetener industries in which membrane filtration excels.
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GEA cross-flow filtration with robust ceramic membranes are used for the effective recovery of beer from tank bottoms. Modular plants are supplied on compact skids in three standard sizes with processing capacities of approximately 250 hl, 500 hl and 1000 hl per day depending on the dry solids content of the product.
GEA Filtration is a world leader in cross-flow membrane filtration, with reverse osmosis and nano-, ultra-, and micro-filtration as core technologies.
It is now possible to recover more than 90 percent of a spent caustic solution by using pH-resistant nanofiltration (NF) membranes. Benefits include reduced operating costs and better performance.
Waste-free beer filtration with ceramic cross-flow membranes.
Clearamic BeerFiltration is the first waste-free beer filtration process. Filter aids can be completely omitted. Sustainable and at the same time cost-cutting process management is thus supported at the critical point. In parallel with this, the process fulfils the consumer desire for ...
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