Product filtration

Various food products and ingredients besides water are filtered during the food production process. The main concern aside from the microbial stability and safety of ingredients and products is the removal of visible solids and fine particulates to ensure a high-quality end-product with the desirable appearance, texture and taste.

Common examples of filtered products are oils and fats, syrups and dairy products. Filtration not only helps to ensure the safety of these ingredients/end-products, but can help to separate, concentrate, and clarify liquids. Filtration can thus be used to produce certain flavours, colourants and tinctures used within the manufacturing process. In the production process where frying with oil is involved, the oil can be filtered for re-use to aid with cost-efficiency and waste-products.

Treatment Process

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Particle Removal

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

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Fine Particle Removal

Typically during the finalising stages of water treatment, a finer touch is required to filter out the particulates within water that fall below 1 micron in size. The delicacy of this stage makes it of paramount importance, as the smaller impurities that are harder to remove from water can be some of the most negatively affecting contaminants.

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