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Candle diatomaceous earth beer filters

Candle diatomaceous earth beer filters

– a professional solution of primary filtration for medium and large microbreweries

 

Candle diatomaceous earth filter for breweries BREWORX / MOBBEERBeer filtration through candle diatomaceous earth filter is the most common solution of a filtration in a microbrewery of medium and large sizes . Beverage filtration is done through driftwood filter means on the vertical filter candles . Candle filter is characterized by high filtration efficiency . The most widely used filter medium is diatomaceous earth . Depending on the composition of the filter layer different degrees of purity and flow of filtered liquid can be achieved . Ongoing diatomaceous earth dosage by a dosing pump keeps the filter still enough permeable . This allows to achieve high -capacity performance. Cleaning (regeneration ) of the filter is very easy and fast, without disassembling the pressured vessel.

The filter is fitted as standard with the sight glass at the inlet and outlet . It can be equipped with various degrees of automation. The filter is a mobile device mainly on travel wheels.

 

Advantages of diatomaceous filtration:

  • High efficiency filtration
  • The small cost of consumables – diatomaceous earth
  • Using both primary and secondary filtration – choice of diatomaceous filter
  • Stable flow filtration performance – does not decrease due to clogging of the filter layer
  • Quick and easy cleaning (regeneration) of the filter without removing the device
  • The possibility of automated operation

Disadvantages of diatomaceous filtration:

  • The higher cost of filtering machine
  • The need for environmentally friendly disposal of used diatomaceous earth

 


 

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