Sterile Filtration

Before bottling, soft drinks will often go through a final stage sterile filtration process to remove any last impurities. This is essential to maintain the quality of the drink that has been laboriously cultivated throughout the production process. It also helps ensure the stability and shelf-life of the product once it has been bottled.

The sterile filtration stage, also known as stabilisation, prevents any future spoilage once the drink has been bottled. Spoilage is a metabolic process that can cause beverages to become undesirable or unacceptable for human consumption due to changes in sensory characteristics. To prevent this, particle and micro-particle filtration removes any residual bacteria and other organic impurities like heat-resistant moulds before the product is bottled.

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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