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  • Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h - 0
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  • Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h - 0
  • Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h - 1
  • Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h - 2
  • Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h - 3
  • Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h - 4
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    Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h

    Introduction to the Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h

    This filtration unit stands out as a technologically advanced solution designed to optimize these processes. Additionally, several key components work together within this system to ensure the final product’s purification.

    Components of the Filtration Unit

    Firstly, a Schenk kieselguhr feeder from 1994 is a crucial part of the unit. Similarly, a horizontal kieselguhr filter from Schenk, capable of processing up to 250 hl/h, guarantees consistent and fine filtration. Moreover, a spent kieselguhr tank with a 30 hl capacity handles filtration residues efficiently.

    Process Optimization

    The system incorporates a 20 hl PVPP (polyvinylpolypyrrolidone) buffer tank from 1992 and a 20.5 hl PVPP filter from 1994 for polyphenol removal, essential for product stability and clarity. Furthermore, a Schenk candle filter, equipped with 18 candles and a 115-liter capacity, completes the fine filtration process.

    Monitoring and Control

    Additionally, an extract and CO2 measurement system from Anton Paar, produced in 2006, plays a crucial role in continuously monitoring the product quality during the filtration process. Consequently, this system ensures the product consistently meets quality standards.

    Efficiency and Sustainability

    Moreover, the Carboblend by Alfa Laval from 1994 and the Hot Deoxidizer from 1999, with a capacity of 100 hl/h, enhance the process efficiency, reduce energy consumption, and minimize the environmental impact. These systems integrate seamlessly with the Schenk filtration unit to optimize product recovery and reduce waste.

    Conclusions of the Used Filtration Unit Schenk 250 hl/h

    Finally, this  filtration unit offers a reliable and high-performance solution for the bottling industry, providing a comprehensive approach to high-quality filtration. Its technical makeup and integration capability with existing systems make it a strategic investment for companies aiming to boost their production efficiency without compromising quality. Additionally, this investment promises to maintain operational excellence and support sustainable practices in the industry.

    DISCLAIMER: The operational status of each machine is monitored on a monthly basis. Therefore we will promptly update the current status of the machine only at the time of your request.