Dilution

A key stage in the distilling of spirits is dilution, whereby purified water is used to reduce the strength of the spirit prior to bottling. The purity of the water used has a great impact on the final outcome of the gin, the use of pure, demineralised water is essential in ensuring that the taste and aesthetic is not impacted during the distillery process and is bottled to be crystal clear.

To remove the risk of wasted product, salts and ions need to be completely removed from source water. To achieve this, particle and organics filtration prepares water for our reverse osmosis system. Deionisation resin is then used to polish the water to a pure and ready to dilute quality.

Treatment Process

1

Particle Removal

Our cartridges offer outstanding absorption of sediment, dirt, sand and scale flakes to prevent filtration systems from blockage and microorganism growth.

2

Chlorine and Organics Removal

Carbon cartridges are a long established choice for the reduction and removal of chlorine, VOCs and heavy metals whilst reducing water hardness.

3

Reverse Osmosis

Pure water (permeate)  is produced during reverse osmosis by applying pressure to force water through a semi permeable membrane, leaving a majority of the present ions and dissolved solids on the other side to drain as waste (concentrate).

4

Post RO Deionisation

Our performance mixed bed resin is specially designed for deionisation directly after reverse osmosis. It holds a 1 : 1.5 ratio of strong acid cations and strong base anions to attract and remove all ions, salts and dissolved solids.

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