Steinecker Phoebus membrane filtration
Krones’ Steinecker Phoebus is a membrane filter based on the Hydronomic UF (ultrafiltration) water treatment system. It integrates mechanical design elements from the Hydronomic UF system that have not yet been used for filtering beer.
Instead of being connected in parallel, as is customary on the market, the membrane modules are connected in series. As a result, the cross-flow required for filtration can be generated with lower pump output, which can save electrical energy and make it possible to use smaller-diameter pipes and fittings.
Shut-off valves between the membrane modules allow the flow direction to be reversed, which can provide a longer filter service life.
Targeted backflushing of the individual membrane modules increases the effectiveness of cleaning and reduces consumption of cleaning agents and water.
The membrane modules can also be inspected for damage before filtration begins. If a module is found to be defective, it can be automatically excluded from the series and thus bypassed. The defective membrane can be exchanged later.
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