Beer recovery from surplus yeast

Beer Recovery Unit

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.

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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.

Using a standard plant design reduces the investment costs and increases profitability for the user. The technology has become trusted in the market with many reference sites worldwide.

Benefits and advantages

  • High quality of the recovered extract (beer);
  • Use of mechanically robust and approved ceramic membranes;
  • Minimal operator requirement;
  • Easy to clean (CIP);
  • Easily retrofit into existing operations;
  • Compact, hygienic, standard design;
  • Yeast-free permeate (< 5 cells / 100 ml).

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