GEA Filtration beer recovery plants

Tuesday, 21 October, 2014 | Supplied by: GEA Filtration

GEA Filtration has developed beer recovery plants which recover beer from surplus yeast in tank bottoms by means of cross-flow membrane filtration.

The membrane filtration plants use ceramic membranes and have a compact skid design. The modular plant design is available in a range of sizes to cover breweries of any capacity. The plants are easy to clean and sanitise, due to chemical- and temperature-stable membranes, and feature an integrated automatic control system.

The recovered beer contains no more suspended solids or yeasts, due to low operation temperatures and can be returned into the brewing process.

Online: GEA Filtration
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