Filson Brewery Candle Filter

  • Meet requirements for food production in the EU and USA
  • Enclosed system, and can be fully automated
  • Various materials and sizes choice: 304/316L stainless steel
  • High flow capacity, less beer consumption down to 1%
  • Customized service as well as a competitive price
  • Full stock, fast delivery and responsible after-sale service

Filson brewery candle filters are specially designed to remove yeast, bacteria and other unwanted particles from beer. Filson brewery candle filter is instrumental in maintaining beer’s color, taste and prolong its shelf life.

  • Raw material: 304/316L stainless steel, carbon steel
  • Filter aid: diatomite
  • Flow capacity: 500-3000L/H
  • Filter area: ≥26m2
  • Clear liquid turbidity: ≤5EBC
  • Filtration accuracy: generally from 1 micron-5 micron
  • Working temperature: 100℃
  • Max working pressure: 0.6MPa
  • Connection type: threaded, rod and flange connection available
  • Gasket: PTFE, Viton, Silicone, Buna-n, EPDM
  • Quality certification: in accordance with ISO quality certification

Note: listed above are for reference purpose, please consult Filson for customization.

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Filson Brewery Candle Filter

Your Dependable Brewery Candle Filter Manufacturer in China

Beer filtration through Filson brewery candle filter with diatomite is the most common solution of filtration in most of brewer industry. Filson brewery candle filter is a enclosed system and can be fully automated, thus avoid shutdown time and ensure safety of personnel.

Regeneration of Filson brewer candle filter is very easy and fast. Filson brewery candle filter is a self-cleaning system, without disassembling the pressure vessel. Through air or nitrogen drying the filter cartridges, filter cake is discharged. Then next cycle begins.

Filson brewery candle filter is characterized by high filtration efficiency, good permeability and high capacity performance. Filter performance depends mainly on the parameters of the filtered product such as viscosity, type of filtration material, pressure loss and so on.

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